The West Island of Montreal holds the largest areas of green space and forest in the region, quite extensive shoreline and is surprisingly wildlife rich. In any one year, with a little effort and a touch of fortune, a birder might easily see in excess of 150 species of birds on the West Island and conceivably 200 or more. Not at all bad for a well populated peri-urban and suburban part of a major city.
This guide has been written to concentrate on just the West Island plus a few immediately adjacent birding sites. The reader can print an individual trip-specific pages as required.
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