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The Boisé du Tremblay in October 2010
|Location||Le Vieux-Longueuil and Boucherville|
|Nearest city||Longueuil, Quebec, Canada|
|Area||267 hectares (660 acres)|
The territory of the woods is 267 hectares (660 acres), of which 174 hectares (430 acres) belongs to the City of Longueuil.
The Boisé du Tremblay's biodiversity is considered to be unique within the Montérégie region. It is part of the blue-green infrastructure of Greater Montreal as well as the Mont Saint-Bruno Forest Corridor. It is home to numerous species of flora and fauna, notably the Western chorus frog.
In January 2012, the City of Longueuil requested that the Boisé du Tremblay be recognized as a Wildlife Reserve by the Quebec Ministry of Natural Resources and Wildlife.
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