We keep telling you - spring is the best time of year for wildlife viewing in the Park.
Last week the Eddy family from Buffalo, NY visited Arowhon Pines and Algonquin Park. They tallied up an impressive checklist of animal sightings including a number of moose along Hwy 60.
By far, the biggest feather in their cap was their sighting of a lone, large Eastern Grey Wolf! They spotted the wolf (we assume a male based on his size) around KM 50 just east of the Visitors Centre. Truly incredible was that the wolf was very accommodating - letting Mr Eddy take this amazing photograph.
Thank you Eddy family and congratulations! We look forward to seeing you next spring!
Speaking of wildlife, here are some other sightings:
The popular Ruby Throated Hummingbirds are here and it seems present in larger numbers than in recent summers. As long as our feeders are full of sweet sugar water, they'll continue to entertain us with their acrobatics!
Also the Snapping Turtles are making their way out of the water in search of food and nesting sites. If you are travelling our way, please slow down - we've seen a half dozen on our road alone.
We hope you can visit!