Human snowbirds love to head south when temperatures in Canada drop below zero. For all other forms of wildlife, winter inspires a variety of behaviour, from settling into hibernation to embracing all-out survival tactics.
For our Hinterland Who’s Who Winter Wildlife Tracks Contest, we’re introducing you to eight species making tracks across Canada in the winter. Guess which species made the track to instantly qualify. Log in all eight weeks and earn eight chances to enter. You could win our amazing Below Zero prize pack that includes the following prizes:
Approximate retail value: $800.00CDN
Right or wrong, you are still entered into the contest. Good luck!
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Nature is all around us, even in winter! Get outside and enjoy it. Explore the world of winter wildlife activities available when Canadian temperatures dip below zero!