Few animals make Pingo Canadian Landmark their permanent home. However, many species take advantage of its varied habitats for short periods of time. It is not unusual to see caribou grazing at the base of a pingo or a grizzly bear wandering through the area in search of berries in autumn. On rare occasions in winter, a polar bear may pass through the landmark as it follows the coastline.

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    ​Wildlife viewing

    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

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    Paddle the Land of the Pingos

    Bring your canoe/kayak or rent one through a local operator and launch from the beach at the Day Use Area to paddle the 30-40 minutes to the pingo viewing boardwalk. 

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Bird watching
Kayaking
Photography
Canoeing
Lookout
Snowshoeing
Cross country skiing
Paddling