Forest

Moose

It is the largest deer species to this day. The size of an adult male exceeds the size of the largest saddle horses and weighs about 600 kg (up to 800 kg in Yukon and Alaska). From Alaska to Newfoundland, we can admire its antlers reaching up to 1,80 m. Despite its giant look, the […]

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Gray Wolf

The gray 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). As its name suggests, its fur is ash-gray but can vary from white to black. The gray wolf is a sociable […]

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Black Bear

It is the most frequent bear in Canada. An animal of great strength, it has frightening claws and teeth. Males weigh 170 kg in average and females 135 kg. Females, mature at around five years old, give birth to cubs every second year. Born naked, blind and very small, they are weaned on their fifth […]

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Boar

This wild pig coming from Europe loves swampy thickets. It is a solitary animal. Its tendency to turn over soil causes a lot of damage to prairies. The wild boars can travel important distances, cross rivers and roads, which causes a lot of collisions. Nevertheless, they will seek to return to their territory as soon […]

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Raccoon

These smart and sociable animals have a big appetite. They are always in search of food with their highly developed sense of smell. You will see them near mangers or lakes at dusk. Notice the ability of their fingers and their habit of rubbing food in its hands as if kneading it. That is why […]

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Squirrel and chipmunk

There are 3 types of squirrel species in the park. They can be easily seen along the car paths or in the walking trails. Very active, these fun animals love running or climbing trees. The grey squirrel is the biggest one. He has a grey coat however, here in the park, it is usually black. […]

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