The Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area (near Quebec City, QC) made up of marshland, plains and forests, is located on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River. The wildlife area is home to more than 325 bird species, 30 mammal species, 22 types of forest stands and 700 plant species. Many of these species are at risk, including the Peregrine Falcon, the Bobolink, and the Butternut. Visitors can enjoy hiking, geocaching, wildlife observation, photography or one of the various interactive programs that are offered seasonally.