approximately 42 species of mammals, and 182 species of
birds recorded in the park, it is one of Canada best
natural habitats. You might see golden eagles flying
above or elk roaming in the eastern region near the
provincial border and near the Lucerne campground. Moose
may be seen in the marshes at the east end of Moose Lake,
while mountain goats, grizzly bear and mule deer make
their homes near the rock slides on the north side of the
highway and Yellowhead Lake. Don't forget your binoculars
if you're looking to see these large animals in their
high altitude surroundings. Small animals like the
marmot, muskrat, beaver, squirrels and chipmunks, live at
Mount Robson Park even has what's called the Bird Blitz" which takes place in June of each year. Bird enthusiasts from far and wide come to enjoy the beautiful spring scenery as well as the opportunity to observe and count the parks incredible bird population.
|You can even view the bird and animal life by canoe in the waterways of the sancutary when the water levels are good.|
a good deal of valleys in the Robson Provincial park that
have no routes or trails which cut down significantly of
human visitation. This allows some of the larger
wilderness-loving animals of the Rockies to live in peace
like the Grizzly Bears, Caribou and wolf etc.
Check out BANFF WILDLIFE for descriptions and images these animals.
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