Massif des monts Sutton BioKit

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Explore this region that is teeming with life and its changing phenomena with the Massif des monts Sutton BioKit!

What flower gives off a meaty odour to attract certain flies? What small animal breathes through its skin? What plant releases a toxin into the soil to prevent other plants from growing? Find the answers to all these questions and many more by exploring the trails of the Massif des monts Sutton using this BioKit!

The Biosphere, Environment Museum, the Centre local de développement de Brome-Missisquoi and the Corporation de développement économique de Sutton are pleased to offer you this kit full of family activities that are both interesting and fun!

Try a different kind of experience that will make your next mountain hike more enjoyable and enable you to discover the natural wonders found in this majestic setting.

You can consult the HTML version of the BioKit here.

Or download and print it so you can take it along with you!

And don't forget! You can reuse your BioKit as often as you like simply by printing out the appropriate diagnosis annex.

White-tailed deers in winter. Photo: © CLD Brome-Missisquoi.

Our collaborators

This BioKit could not have been completed without the participation of our collaborators.

Plan your outing!

Tourisme Brome-Missiquoi.ca

Corporation de développement économique de Sutton

Did you know…

The Massif des monts Sutton is part of the Green Mountains Nature Reserve, which is the largest private conservation area east of the Rockies. The Massif is also located in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, a 487-million-year-old formation that extends from Newfoundland to Alabama in the United States. A number of rare or special status species find refuge there. Maybe you will see some!

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