The Meadow

Elk in The Meadow - Parc Oméga

This is an animal recognizable by the big size of the adult male, the dark reddish-brown color of its head, neck and chest; the rest of the body being clear.

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Red deer in The Meadow - Parc Oméga

This animal is more ferocious than his cousin, but is still very sociable at the park. The red deer comes from Europe where it can be found anywhere in the great forest. Its range extends to Central Asia.

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White-tailed deer in The Meadow - Parc Oméga

The white-tailed deer is a small deer (90 cm at the shoulder) Its tail, relatively longer, is white underneath and brings out vertically when running.

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Fallow deer in The Meadow - Parc Oméga

We easily recognize this species because it always keeps its spotted coat but sometimes brown or black. Their antlers are flat instead of pointy.

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Coyote in The Meadow - Parc Oméga

This smart and playful canid covers a vast territory in North America. It has finer lines than the wolf. Its body is also punier. It has black long slender muzzle and broad pointy ears.

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Red fox in The Meadow - Parc Oméga

The red fox is an animal species that you may come across in the park during your tour. This mammal, which has a red fur coat, a fine muzzle and a long bushy tail, is widespread all over the world, particularly in North America, Europe, Australia, Asia and North Africa.

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Wild turkey in The Meadow - Parc Oméga

Originally from Southeastern United States, Southern Ontario and Mexico, the wild turkey now occupies a vast territory. Its bare-headed skin is blue or purple in both sexes.

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Bison or buffalo in The Meadow - Parc Oméga

This is the largest ungulate; males may reach a weight of approximately one ton. Its weight and considerable strength make it a dangerous animal even without aggressive intentions.

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