Throughout the territory, hunting activities are within your reach in a privileged environment. Most outfitters are easily accessible by road. Others are more isolated and can be reached by plane, boat or train. Visit our Outfitters section to learn more about services and packages.
moose (Alces americanus)
The Alces americanus, commonly known as moose, is a large herbivorous cervid living in the boreal and mixed forests of the northern hemisphere. The moose is hunted for its meat and sporting for its horns.
Black bear (Ursus americanus)
The black bear of America is a mammal of the ursid family. The black bear is a bulky and thick-set mammal. Omnivore, black bears feed on vegetables, nuts, berries and fish according to the seasons. It can travel great distances and covers a territory of a large area.
virginia deer (Odocoileus virginianus)
The Virginia deer is a cervid present in great numbers on the island of Anticosti. One recognizes it with its red coat, these smaller woods and its black and pointed clogs. Its population on the island of Anticosti is very important.
Ruffed grouse (Bonasa umbellus)
Nicknamed partridge, the ruffed grouse is present in the forests of the North Shore. The partridge is part of small wild game birds and is very popular during the hunting season. It is often compared to a forest hen.
Spruce Grouse (Falcipennis canadensis)
The spruce grouse, called black partridge, is a small game birds with chicken-like appearance. The chest and throat are black and the belly is striped black and white. It is found in coniferous forests and peatlands.
Snowshoe Hare (Lepus americanus)
Discreet, the snowshoe hare is one of the most prevalent game in Canada. During the summer season, its coat is brown. Its coat becomes white in winter. It is often hunted by snare.
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