Thomas-Sterry-Hunt International Ecological Reserve

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Thomas-Sterry-Hunt International Ecological Reserve
Location Saint-Just-de-Bretenières, Montmagny Regional County Municipality, Québec, Canada
Established September 7, 1988

Thomas-Sterry-Hunt International Ecological Reserve is an ecological reserve in Quebec, Canada. It was established on September 7, 1988.[1]

Thomas Sterry Hunt

The ecological reserve was named in honour of Thomas Sterry Hunt, F.R.S., an American geologist, who served as chief assistant to Sir William Edmond Logan, the director of the Canadian Geological Survey.

The reserve lies on the border with the Seboomook Lake territory of extreme northern Somerset County, Maine.

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Coordinates: 46°31′20″N 70°02′20″W / 46.5222°N 70.0389°W / 46.5222; -70.0389