Saskatchewan is an important stopping place for migratory birds, particularly at Lakes Chaplin and Quill, two sites on the network of the reserve for waders in the northern hemisphere. You will also see prong-horned antelopes, bisons and roe deers in the Buffalo Pound park from the motorway of this province.
Common around the waters of Saskatchewan, sea otters are among the smallest sea mammals in existence© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
This red fox is hunting in the Prince Albert National Park in the height of winter© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
Cattle and a horseman in a corral on a ranch in the town of Outlook© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
This common North American rodent is pictured in the Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
This elk, which is one of the largest land mammals in North America, is pictured in Jasper National Park in Alberta© 2010 SuperStock