Lucky guests see our wildlife visitors!

 

Don’t forget your camera.

Canadian Lynx near Yukon River close to Sundog Retreat

Lynx populations closely follow the Snowshoe Hare, rising and falling in cycles.  When food is abundant, they stay in centralized locations.  During off years they roam hundreds of kilometres away from their home ranges. 

Black bear across the Yukon River, just a 35 minute walk from Sundog Retreat.

Mule deer in the field near Cranberry cottage.

 

Other animal sightings include squirrels, red and blackr foxes, moose, martens, and many birds.

Lucky guests see our wildlife visitors!

 

Don’t forget your camera.

Canadian Lynx at the Yukon River near Sundog Retreat

Lynx populations closely follow the Snowshoe Hare, rising and falling in cycles.  When food is abundant, they stay in centralized locations.  During off years they roam hundreds of kilometres away from their home ranges. 

Black bear across the Yukon River, just a 35 minute walk from Sundog Retreat.

Mule deer in the field near Cranberry cottage.

 

Other animal sightings include squirrels, red and black foxes, moose, martens, and many birds.