Macdonald Campus ablaze with fall colours

A photo gallery of Macdonald Campus in all its fall splendour

While COVID-19 has impacted our lives in many ways, it hasn’t stopped us from enjoying the great outdoors. During the summer, we hiked nature trails, played in parks, and swam in lakes.

The annual festival of fall colours has further enticed us to take a break from our busy lives, increasingly spent in our homes, and reenergize ourselves outside.

A resident of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, McGill Reporter editor Neale McDevitt frequently visits Macdonald Campus. Recently, over the course of a few weeks, he took pictures of the grounds as they underwent their annual fall transformation.


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Margaret Forrest
Margaret Forrest
6 months ago

Thank you for the spectacular fall colours from Mac Campus!

martin silverstone (Bsc 77)
martin silverstone (Bsc 77)
6 months ago

The oldcampus looks absolutely gorgeous. Congratz to Neale and the landscape crew!