Wildlife in Christina Lake

Christina Lake and the Boundary area are abundant with wildlife. The Grasslands in the Gilpin area have a large herds of Mountain Sheep, mule and whitetail deer. A walk along the gorge section of the Trans Canada Trail is sure to have the local marmots investigating your presence. As we are a rural community it is very common to see whitetail deer in the middle of developed areas year round. Elk can be found at higher elevations along with the more elusive moose. You'll also find everything from squirrels, chipmunks and rabbits to bears and cougars.

Wild Safe BC

WildSafeBC is a program that is designed to reduce human-wildlife conflicts throughout BC. Our motto of "keeping wildlife wild - and communities safe" underscores our belief that if we can keep wildlife living in the wild we can, in turn, make our communities safer for us and at the same time keep wildlife from coming to harm.

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