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A very special week is starting for kids: this Sunday is Halloween! For the occasion, NCC, the Zoo de Granby and Appalachian Corridor have put together a series of playful educational videos to raise awareness among children and adults about the problems bats are facing....

« As you will see in this report, more than ever, Appalachian Corridor is buzzing with projects and expanding its sphere of influence. We are tackling large-scale projects, rallying more partners, and refining our scientific knowledge. Alarmed by the climate crisis and the biodiversity loss...

Appalachian Corridor is pleased to announce a unique partnership with Eastern Townships photographer Charles Dion. Passionate about nature and committed to the protection of natural environments, the talented nature photographer will donate a majority of profits generated by sales on his online store to Appalachian...

Thanks to an internal initiative at Appalachian Corridor, I had the chance to leave my comfortable office chair and join my biology colleagues for a day of field work in the summer of 2021....

Appalachian Corridor is pleased to announce a unique partnership with Eastern Townships photographer Charles Dion. Passionate about nature and committed to the protection of natural environments, the talented nature photographer will donate a majority of profits generated by sales on his online store to Appalachian...

The project initiated in 2019 by Appalachian Corridor aims to inventory eight bat hibernacula present on its territory of action. The goal being to better understand the range of our species and to determine local threats. ...

A favourite species of Halloween nights and bloody vampire stories, bats have unwillingly earned a bad reputation. However, this small animal, which fascinates with its unique physiognomy and its ability to orient itself through sound waves, deserves to be appreciated and above all, protected....

For many years, Appalachian Corridor, in collaboration with the Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs (MFFP) and other regional stakeholders, has conducted studies and monitored wood turtles in various waterways in its territory of action that are known to harbor the species....