Major redevelopment work was carried out on the Frédéric Back Tree Pavilion pond in 2002, and it continues to evolve and add to its beauties year after year.
The paths, interpretation panels and visitor activities will help you better understand and appreciate this native habitat, covering more than 3,000 m2.
Four interpretation stations have been set up on a path that runs in a 400 m loop. As you stroll along it, you can find information on wetland ecology, and on the most popular animal and plant species inhabiting the pond. For example, you’ll learn how to tell dragonflies from damselflies and diving beetles from water beetles.
The pond is also an excellent spot to see ducks and other birds, as well as many different small animals and insects. It is teeming with life!