Looking for some information on the flora and fauna in the Cypress Hills. 

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is an ideal location for wildlife viewing.  Moose, elk, Nuttall’s cottontail, white-tailed deer, bobcat, red squirrel and mule deer make their home here and there have been rare sightings of cougar, as well.  Early morning or evening drives on the roads and trails usually turn up some excellent viewing opportunities.

The Cypress Hills are a birder’s paradise all year long.  The Oregon junco, yellow-bellied sapsucker and ruby-crowned kinglet are among the more than 220 species of birds that wing and sing their way through this birdwatcher’s paradise.  Spring and fall migrations are magnificent to observe in the hills.

Download some of the following docs to enjoy some animal spotting, history, and much more in the park.