Where to See Wildlife in Canada

June 05, 2021

Canada is a great country filled with incredible wildlife. Whether you are just taking a trip to the country or looking to move there by searching things like Vancouver homes for sale, you should be aware of the hot spots to experience the wildlife. I certainly considered Canada as a place for me to settle down, but due to logistic concerns and other factors, this is still a dream for me (for now!). But I believe as long as you have the capability to imagine it in your mind, you have every ability to actually make it happen!

Anyway, for sure, when I get there, immersing myself to the new place would be my top priority, and why not do some wildlife sighting! Seeing a live animal in its natural environment is such an awesome thing to do. However, you don’t want to get too close. Based on data online , here are the areas in Canada you will be sure to come across wildlife. Grab some pictures, as this can be once-in-a-lifetime stuff.

Churchill
Churchill is a town located directly on the Hudson Bay in Manitoba. Here you will be sure to come across a real polar bear. If you can’t find them right away, make your way toward the falls keeping in mind you should be in an approved tundra vehicle. If you make your way here in the summer, you may catch a beluga whale in the Churchill River.

Banff National Park
Banff National Park is located in Alberta. If you’re looking for the wildlife hotspot, Banff is it. For one, the views are incredible as it’s surrounded by the Rocky Mountains and contains many lakes, including the world famous Lake Louise. The mountain ranges and many lakes is what draws the wildlife to Banff. Grizzly bears are plentiful. You’re also most likely going to see a moose. Aside from bears and moose, you should keep your eye out for caribou, bighorn sheep, and mountain goats who have been known to walk the mountain landscape.

Hemmingford
This isn’t exactly wildlife in its natural habitat, but it’s still wildlife. Hemmingford is home to the Parc Safari. It’s one of the region’s most popular tourist attractions. It’s got everything from African elephants and camels to rhinos and lions, and everything in between. If you’re looking to experience wildlife from all over the world, check out the Parc Safari in Hemmingford.

Wapusk National Park
Wapusk National Park requires special travel to get to, but it’s well worth it. You’ll find some of the most exotic wildlife here. Polar bears might be the most popular animal you will find. Outside of polar bears, you may come across moose, wolves, arctic foxes, wolverines, lemmings, and many rare birds. To experience wildlife you won’t find in other popular areas of Canada, take the trip to Wapusk National Park.

There sure are a lot of interesting sites in Canada to see wildlife, so if you are there already (or thinking of going there), check out the areas above! 🍁

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