© Parks Canada / James McCormick
Few animals make Pingo Canadian Landmark their permanent home. However, many species take advantage of its varied habitats for short periods of time. On rare occasions in winter, a polar bear may pass through the landmark as it follows the coastline.
© Parks Canada / Wayne Lynch
In spring, waterfowl are abundant in Pingo Canadian Landmark. Tundra swans, snow geese, common loons, pacific loons, sandhill cranes, and a variety of ducks and shorebirds rest here during their long migration to arctic islands further north. The best time to birdwatch is late May to mid-June.
Please respect wildlife and observe at a safe distance.