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Our birds are absent Given the increase in cases of avian influenza in wild birds, the Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien has decided to its birds from their exhibits for an indefinite period. The health and well-being of our animals are priorities for us at all times. Thank you for your understanding.

Labrador tea

Labrador tea, of the Ericaceae or heath family (related to the blueberry) is a representative boreal shrub. Its distribution range is Nordic and general, but it grows mainly in damp climates and on peatland. Its height varies between 30 and 120 centimetres (1 and 4 ft.).

Its distinctive feature is the lingering fragrance of its leaves, which, when crushed, are used to make tea, hence its common name: Labrador tea. American Indians have been boiling up Labrador tea leaves for many years, which they then drink as a tisane, said to have medicinal properties.

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