The Regional Park Devil’s Mountain has wildlife waiting to be discovered. It’s a peaceful forest world, sometimes hidden and sometimes revealed to hikers on the winding trails.
Wild and free, the fauna strives to preserve the balance of nature. Here you’ll find a universe of magnificent species. Hares, chipmunks, partridges, otters, moose, deer thrive in this Boreal forest. As a general rule, if you want to observe any wildlife, early morning at sunrise or late afternoon at sunset, is the best time to do it.
Never forget to keep your distance at all times. Their survival depends on it. If you want to learn more, visit the educational loop around Lake Windigo.