People come from all over the world to Canada to see animals that we take for granted. When it comes to Quebec, we're not only filled with amazing people but awesome wildlife too. And because we are so proud of fellow, natural neighbours, there are some incredible places in Quebec to see animals.\nI remember a friend who was once in town and couldn't get over the sight of a coyote. It's easy to forget that what we see every day is incredibly exciting that isn't lucky enough to have at home.\nThat being said, there are so many animals here in Canada, and especially in Quebec, that I would love to see.\nAnd even though the world thinks that Canada is filled with moose roaming the streets, we can all admit that seeing an actual moose would get any Canadian excited.\nSo if you're like me and are looking to find somewhere close by that will help give you a new appreciation for the unbelievable animals here in Quebec, here's a list of six spots in Quebec to see wildlife.\nCap Tourmente National Wildlife Area\nAddress: 570, Chemin du Cap Tourmente, Saint-Joachim, QC\nDistance from Montreal: Three hours and 30 minutes\nView this post on Instagram La migration de milliers d'oies blanches qui sont de passage sur la Côte de Beaupré au Québec . . . #migration #cotedebeaupre #captourmente #snowgoose #reservefaunique #boquebec #explorequebec #quebecoriginal #tourismequebec #spring #naturephotography #ornithologie A post shared by Claude Fortin 🍂 Nature Photos (@claudefortinphotos) on May 14, 2019 at 8:51am PDT\nCap Tourmente National Wildlife Area is home to over 180 bird-species, 30 mammal species and 700 plant species.\nAs different species make their stop here at different points of the year, you can see totally different wildlife in every season, making it a definite must-visit-again.\nWebsite\nParc Omega\nAddress: 399, Route 323 Nord, Montebello, QC\nDistance from Montreal: One hour and 35 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Safari no Canadá? Isso mesmo! O Ômega Parque, além de ser um lugar lindo, é uma oportunidade de conhecer de pertinho vários animais da fauna canadense como o alce e o veado! . . . Tem que ir de carro e você pode alimentar os animais com cenouras. O parque fica há mais um menos uma hora de Ottawa na província de Quebec e é um ótimo passei em família, tanto para adultos como para as crianças! A post shared by Bárbara d’Oro💕Content Creator (@barbaradoro) on May 31, 2020 at 10:31am PDT\nThis park is as grand is its name.\nVisitors can come for the day to see some of the most majestic creatures, or spend the night at one of Parc Omega's famous wolf lodges.\nThe park has very clear safety instructions to follow, to keep both you and the animals safe.\nWebsite\nSaguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park\nAddress: 182, rue de l'Église, Tadoussac, QC\nDistance from Montreal: Five hours and 35 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Jumping into the whale season like ... 🐋☀️⚓️ I have finally started my 2019 season for real and I am so excited! 😍 Photo d'une de nos belles bosses de l'été dernier. @croisieres_aml . . . . #whale #whalewatching #humpbackwhale #humpbacks #breaching #stlawrenceriver #marinepark #estuary #cruise #whalewatchingcruise #bestjobever #croisieresaml #tadoussac #jaimetadou A post shared by Rosalie Bergeron (@rosa.bergeron) on Jun 6, 2019 at 6:12pm PDT\nFor those interested in marine life, this marine park on the coast offers great views of some amazing animals. In fact, over 2,000 different aquatic and land species have been spotted to date, including the blue whale.\nYou can hike the grounds, go on a whale-watching expedition or jump right in the water to kayak or snorkel.\nWebsite\nParc national de la Jacques-Cartier\nAddress: 103, Chemin du Parc-National, Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, QC\nDistance from Montreal: Three hours and 15 minutes\nView this post on Instagram The Best view comes after the Hardest Climb. A post shared by @ john.smiithe on Jun 12, 2020 at 12:25pm PDT\nParc national de la Jacques‑Cartier is considered one of Quebec's natural historic monuments.\nSpread over 670 square kilometres, with over 100 kilometres of hiking trails, you'll discover flora, fauna, and more around every corner.\nWebsite\nParc national de Frontenac\nAddress: 599, Chemin des Roy, Sainte-Praxède, QC\nDistance from Montreal: Two hours and 50 minutes\nView this post on Instagram I was able to get this pic today as this dear was eating next to my camp site. 🦌 ❤️ A post shared by Food Fun And Whatever (@terryhelliker) on Jun 22, 2019 at 5:44pm PDT\nIf the animals weren't enough, the breathtaking mountains towering above are yet another reason to visit this park.\nDedicated to conservation, the park welcomes visitors to learn and discover.\nWebsite\nParc national des Îles-de-Boucherville\nAddress: 55, Île Sainte Marguerite, Boucherville, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 30 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Une autre photo de notre rencontre avec une famille de chevreuils. Avons attendu que toute la famille traverse le chemin menant au Golf des Iles de Boucherville. Je crois que c’était une des premières sorties pour ce faon. Il était vraiment bien entouré et protégé. /Another photo of our meeting with a family of deer. We waited for the whole family to cross the path leading to the Golf des Iles de Boucherville. I think it was one of the first outings for this fawn. He was really well surrounded and protected. #cerfdevirginie #cerfdevirginie🦌 #deer #deeranddoe #chevreuil #chevreuils #chevreuils🦌 #ilesdeboucherville #ilesdebouchervillesepaq #sepaq #sepaqilesdeboucherville #chevreuilfamily A post shared by Claude St-Pierre (@claudiusacapus) on Jun 3, 2020 at 4:44am PDT\nJust outside of the city is a little oasis, that'll make you forget all about the traffic and the construction.\nYou won't believe that a place like this could be right next to our bustling city and you'll meet the neighbours you never knew you had.\nSo grab your binoculars and your hiking shoes and see what you can discover.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security and animal rights. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and the animals.