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Bullfrog, Lithobates catsbeiana.
Bullfrog,
Lithobates catsbeiana.


Fragrant white water lily, Nymphaea odorata.
Fragrant white water lily, Nymphaea odorata.

 

Two researchers in a boat.
Researchers also enjoy just being on the water.
In Your Family
Head for a beach, canoe on the River, or appreciate fauna and flora on an interpretive walk ... There are a thousand pleasant ways to discover the Rideau River.

Near Your Home
Change your practices and do some little things that will help a lot to preserve the Rideau River or a river near you.

With a Group
Join a community group of people like you, who would like to do more for the River.

At School
Learn how you and your class can adopt a river in order to study its biodiversity and water quality.

 

Arrow.
Arrow.
Arrow.
Arrow.


Canoeing on the Rideau River.
Canoeing on the Rideau River.

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 Images: Thomas Cook, Lynn Gillespie, Diane Pathy