Get up close and personal to millions of seabirds.
With over 350 species of birds, there's no question Newfoundland and Labrador is a major destination for birdwatching. Whether it's by land or sea, you can get up close and personal to millions of seabirds, rare birds, and birds of prey.
There are 18 known species of true seals or earless seals out there that have been identified.
Six species of seals – the harp, hooded, grey, ringed, bearded and harbour – are found off the Atlantic coast of Canada, although ringed and bearded seals are typically Arctic species.
The woodland caribou is the largest of the caribou subspecies.
Woodland caribou are primarily, but not always, sedentary. The woodland caribou is the largest of the caribou subspecies and is darker in colour than the barren-ground caribou.