Point Pelee National Park

Point Pelee National Park is one of the most biodiverse protected areas in Canada, home to an abundance of plant and animal life. It is also a well-known migration stopover for Monarch butterflies and birds.


Point Pelee National Park is home to numerous species of snails.

Marsh species

Some of the many species that can be found in the marsh at Point Pelee National Park.

Monarch butterflies

For a few special days each autumn, Point Pelee is a temporary home to thousands of migrating monarch butterflies.

Songbird migration

Point Pelee National Park is renowned as the best location in inland North America to observe the northward migration of songbirds.


Six of the eight turtle species native to Ontario can be found within Point Pelee National Park.

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