Creatures of Canada.

canada-gaspe-gannets_71290_600x450Photograph by Claude Bouchard, Corbis
Northern gannets make a migratory stop in Percé Rock National Park on Bonaventure Island in Quebec.
It’s estimated that more than 120,000 of the birds stop off here every summer to breed.
Photograph by Ron Erwin, All Canada Photos
Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland harbors a thriving population of moose, and the large deer are common sights on the island. Visitors are warned to give the animals wide berth.
Photograph by Ron Erwin, Corbis
Here, a pine marten, thickly furred against the winter cold, makes its way through snow in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario.
Also called American martens, the animals spend much of their time in trees.
See more via Pictures: Animals of Canada – National Geographic Travel.

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