Molson Reserve

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Donated to McGill as a nature conservation centre for use in study and research, the Molson Reserve is located not far from the Macdonald Campus. The 51-hectare parcel of land consists of forest, woodland marshes, swamps and wetland, and provides a habitat for wildlife and plant species, some of which are unique to the area.

For more information visit the Molson Reserve website.

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