Mammals

OUTAOUAIS, QC. Canada At nightfall, the forest will be stormed by a common but rarely observed sciurid. The Southern flying squirrel is mainly nocturnal unlike its close cousins the squirrels and chipmunks. This rodent has the amazing ability to soar impressive distances. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC.CA Gray wolf on the prowl in a snowstorm. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC.CA North American river Otter ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. Canada A resting North American River Otter. All Rights Reserved ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA Of a playful character the North Amercican River Otter is undoubtedly the mustelid that seems the most friendly to us . This one catches its breath after having caught a Pumpkinseed. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA Northern river otters has poor eyesight but a great sense of smell. A quick change in wind direction made this ones wary of my presence. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC.CA North American porcupine in its shelter. ©André Bhérer

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ABITIBI-TÉMISCAMINGUE, QC.CA Snowshoe hare in the haze of the frost escaping from the rising sun. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA Racoon ©André Bhérer

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NORD-DU-QUÉBEC, QC.CA The red fox comes in a multitude of color mutations. Most of them are the result of selective breeding of captive individuals for fur farms. There are mainly 3 color morph of this species in nature: red, cross and silver. Silver foxes are essentially melanistic individuals with variations in coat colors ranging from full black to gray. ©André Bhérer

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Québec, QC. Canada Red foxes are one of Canada’s most widespread mammals they are found in all provinces and territories All rights reserved ©André Bhérer

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NORD-DU-QUÉBEC, QC.CA Cross fox pup. ©André Bhérer

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RÉSERVE FAUNIQUE ASSINICA, QC, CA A curious Red fox. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC.CA As with the American river otter, the North American beaver adopts more diurnal habits in the spring. As the season progresses he will resume his twilight and night routine. ©André Bhérer

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OTTAWA & COUNTRYSIDE, ON. CA North American beaver portrait on a winter day. ©André Bhérer

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NORD-DU-QUÉBEC, QC, CA Young black bear reveling in blueberries. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. Canada '' The awakening'' Black bear in its den in mid-March. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC.CA Deer mouse hanging on a purple-flowered raspberry plant to taste its fruits. ©André Bhérer

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EGAN-SUD, QC, CA Eastern chipmunk peeking its nose out of his hide. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC.CA Foraging American mink ready to dive back into the water ©André Bhérer

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El Petén, Guatemala Under the canopy of the second largest tropical rainforest in the America’s, the Maya Biosphere Reserve. A Yucatan spider monkey travel through its web. © André Bhérer

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