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Brunch & fundraising Dinner – Exhibitors – Trivia Night 


For this 12th edition, the Migratory Bird Festival is once again partnering with two Tadoussac restaurateurs to offer dishes that will please gourmets. In addition to satisfying taste buds and appetites, the gastronomic dinner and breakfast also aim to provide financial support to the research activities of the Tadoussac Bird Observatory. 

Fundraising breakfast 

Sunday, September 25, 2022 from 8:30am to 10am at Hotel Tadoussac 

The brunches offered at the Coverdale restaurant of the Hotel Tadoussac are an excellent start to a day of bird watching. 

The one offered on Sunday, September 25 is also a great opportunity to contribute to the work of the TBO, as $5 per meal will be donated to the organization! 

Cost : 21,50$

No reservation is necessary, but it is important to specify at the entrance of the restaurant that you are coming for the Festival.

Gastronomic theme dinner – CANCELLED

Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 6:00pm at Bistro Chez Mathilde 

Since the Festival’s inception, the Bistro Chez Mathilde has rivalled each year in originality to offer a colorful gastronomic meal under the theme of birds. 

Chef Jean-Sébastien Sicard will offer a menu combining several thematic appetizers divided into different courses. This fundraising dinner will without a doubt make your taste buds fly! 

This year, artist Julia Derdour (RiverJune) will paint a picture during the meal to be sold during a silent auction. 

Cost : 115$.

Places are limited, reservations are required at the bistro via their website

Please note that the dinner may last more than 2 hours and that registration to other festival activities offered during this evening is not recommended.  

Trivia Night

For this 12th edition, the Côte-Nord Migratory Birds Festival is offering one evening that also aim to provide financial support to the research activities of the Tadoussac Bird Observatory. 

Trivia Night – Tadoussac Microbrewery Pub

Friday, September 23, 2022 at 7:45pm at the Tadoussac Microbrewery Pub

What could be better than enjoying a good beer at the Tadoussac Microbrewery Pub while testing your ornithological knowledge ? This free fun evening is for everyone !

The exhibitors 

You want to learn more about birds or get equipment to practice your favorite hobby? Come to the TBO banding station, at the Tadoussac dunes, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, Saturday, September 24th! 

Various exhibitors will be grouped under small tents, near the mobile laboratory. On site, you will find the information office of the festival as well as organizations dedicated to the protection of birds and businesses offering useful equipment for observing birdlife. 

Explos-Nature / Tadoussac Bird Observatory 

This kiosk is the place to go for information on the Festival’s program. Members of the TBO team will be able to give you information on the locations and times of the various activities. In addition, it will be possible to learn more about the work done by the observatory each fall at the Dunes of Tadoussac and to purchase our other promotional materials! 


QuébecOiseaux (formerly Regroupement QuébecOiseaux) is a non-profit organization that brings together and represents individuals and organizations interested in the study, observation, and protection of birds in Quebec. It regroups the birdwatching clubs and societies of Quebec, individual members as well as affiliated organizations. Come and learn about the birding hobby in the province, bird conservation and the work carried out by QO in recent years, such as the Atlas of breeding birds of Quebec. A great opportunity to become a member and subscribe to the famous QuébecOiseaux magazine! 

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Nature Expert

Nature Expert is a boutique specialized in optical and ornithological equipment located in Montreal (5120 rue de Bellechasse). The owner, Alain Goulet, will be at the Festival with several items for sale. This will be a rare opportunity to buy binoculars, a telescope, an identification guide, or a bird feeder in Tadoussac! 

Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area – Environment and Climate Change Canada 

The reserve was recognized as a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention in 1981. It is the first site to obtain this recognition in North America. Since 2015, the Tadoussac Bird Observatory has been conducting research in this exceptional site. Come and learn more about the conservation projects implemented thanks to the presence of the staff of the Cap-Tourmente NWA.