From Alaska to Newfoundland, we can admire its antlers reaching up to 1,80 meters.
The grey wolf, this legendary creature, is one of the prides of the park. Also called timber wolf, it is the largest of canids in North America (66 to 97 cm at the shoulder).
The black bears are equipped with a thick, shiny fur, very effective for cold weather. Their snout is light beige.
The boar is a wild pig native of Europe loves swampy thickets. Often the wild boars wallow in mud in areas called “trench” and rub against tree trunks to get rid of some parasites and mark their territory.
There are three species of squirrels in the park. They can be easily seen along the car paths or in thery active, these fun animal love running or climbing trees.
Blue jays, chickadees, cardinals or others you will find a multitude of small birds in the park.
These smart and sociable animals have a big appetite. With a highly developed sense of smell, the raccoon is always in search of food.
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