Wildlife

Pine Marten - Explore Jasper

Pine Marten

Pine Martens keeps our squirrel population in check. Looks cute but aggressive.

Mule Deer - Explore Jasper

Mule Deer

Tell tale sign for this species is the black tip on the tail that tells them apart from White Tail Deer. 
 

Brown Bear

Usually mistaken for a Grizzly, Brown bears are part of the Black bear family. Notice there is no hump on this brown bear.

Wolf - Explore Jasper

Wolf

Wolf – Explore Jasper

Bull Elk

Elks

This species of ungulates are well known in town, as an local, we find them a nuisance most of the time.  They come and poop on your sidewalks and munch on your prize flowers.

Hoary Marmot - Explore Jasper

Hoary Marmot

Hoary Marmots are from the rodent family that lives in the sub alpine and alpine mainly where there are large rocks.

Red Tail Hawk - Explore Jasper

Red Tail Hawk

Bird of prey, in the eagle family. This is probably the most common hawk in North America, but rare to see in Jasper National Park.

Great Horned Owl - Explore Jasper

Great Horned Owl

Great Horned Owl, on May 3, 1977, the great horned owl was adopted as Alberta’s official bird after a province-wide children’s vote. The great horned owl is a year-round resident of the province.

Grizzly Bear

These large animals are quite a sight to see if you are lucky to come across one in your visit to Jasper, hopefully from a safe distance.

Big Horn Sheep - Explore Jasper

Big Horn Sheep

These Big Horn Sheeps loves to block traffic. Watch for them along the highways.

Osprey - Explore Jasper

Osprey

Osprey nests are are viewable at various points along the river in Jasper.

Black Bear - Explore Jasper

Black Bear

Black bears are the most common to view in Jasper. Take a tour with the local wildlife companies or even adventure companies in Jasper.

The fauna in Jasper is abundant, Parks Canada works hard in the background in conserving the ecology of Jasper National Park. Take you time in Jasper and look around, watch your speed when driving, never know when a stampede can pop out from the roadside or a large animal wanting to cross. Do not stop in the middle of the road, pull off to the side in a safe manner. Take precautions while walking or hiking the trails, these are wildlife and not breeded for petting. Enjoy your time in Jasper and never feed the wildlife.

Shops & Services LINKS

Marriage Commissioner

BUNGALOWS / CABINS

 

BACKCOUNTRY CABINS

 

LODGING WEST IN BC

  • Mica Mountain Lodge
    (Located near Mount Robson, half an hour to the
    Jasper National Park boundary)
  • Dreamcatcher Inn
    (Located near Valemount Just over an hour west of Jasper)

 

 

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