Wildlife in Ontario, Canada
Eagle Lake, Ontario, Canada
The Perfect Getaway – Time Well Wasted
Meet The Friendly Neighbor Family
Every year our family of friendly ducks show up at the dock each morning looking for their daily breakfast of bread. Even with the hen nervous and voicing caution the ducklings become so trusting over time that they will literately crawl on your lap while eating.
Cow and calf Moose
You never know what lies around the next corner. While out fishing, the breaking of the silence can be anything from a squirrel jumping branches, a bear rolling a log looking for lunch, or a cow and calf moose swimming from shore to shore. For a few days you’re inside their home.
Aurora Borealis…The Northern Lights
Watch the amazement of the Northern Lights as they dance above. Outside your cabin after sunset, and absent normal everyday lights, you have never seen so many stars against the massive dark sky. You’ll be amazed at all there is to see, right above your head.
WILDLIFE IN ONTARIO, CANADA
Grab Your Camera And Binoculars
In this Ontario wilderness you can discover a diversity of plant and wildlife that’s practically unparalleled. There are more than 400 species of birds and an incredible variety of wildlife that makes Ontario an outdoor lovers dream. Real viewing opportunities are just steps off the beaten path.
The experience of seeing wildlife in their natural setting and capturing a great photo is something you will remember forever. Within this Canadian Shield boreal forest and lake are many species of birds and mammals. You never know what will pop up on your cabin’s doorstep or view from the boat while out fishing.
For the Explorer or Hiker
South Shore’s location is handy to abandoned mines, scenic shorelines and several creeks leading to small, hidden lakes. Taking a hike up the shoreline of a rushing stream to its source, following a moose trail or enjoying our wild flowers is a pleasant way to spend an afternoon after a morning of fishing. Close to camp is an area that experienced a forest fire, providing an interesting look at regeneration in nature (and it’s loaded with blueberries).