Fundy National Park


There are around 38 species in the park, those most commonly seen include snowshoe hare, chipmunk, red squirrel, little brown bat, eastern coyote, white-tailed deer and moose. Moose are the largest animals in the park and may weigh up to 1000 kilograms.

A bird perched on a snowy branch

Fundy is well positioned on the Atlantic migration route, and over 260 bird species have been identified in the park or on the adjacent bay. Of those, approximately 95 species have nested in the park.

  • Ruffed Grouse
  • Woodpeckers
  • Grouse
  • Birds of prey
  • Owls
  • Rare Birds
Reptiles and amphibians

Fundy National Park is home to four species of snakes. While, spring and early summer nights vibrate with the mating calls of frogs and toads - Salamanders, the other amphibians in the park, are mute.

  • Snakes
  • Salamanders
  • Frogs and toads

Although they are famous for their size and strength, Atlantic salmon start out very small - slightly larger than the head of a pin. Reaching the ocean opens up new food sources for them to feed on. They can grow very quickly, with some reaching over 100 times their weight within a year!

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