Watch Beavers in Wood Buffalo National Park
Home to a beaver dam so large it can be spotted from outer space, Wood Buffalo National Park is our nation’s number one spot to catch a glimpse of the beloved Canadian beaver. In addition to its remarkably plentiful beaver population, Wood Buffalo National Park is also Canada’s largest national park (almost 45-km), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is one of the largest fresh water deltas on the planet. A variety of species of wolf, bear and moose make Wood Buffalo National Park their home, and the park is the only natural nesting grounds of the endangered Whooping Crane. Guided tours are available throughout the park, but for the more experienced woodsman a self-guided hike may be the best way to get in touch with one of Canada’s greatest natural wonders.