Jasper Wildlife Photo Gallery

Bears (Ursus Americanus)

Black bears in Jasper National Park are usually black in color, although they may be brown, reddish, yellowish, or cream-colored.

Bighorn Sheep (Ovis Canadensis)

Bighorn sheep have double-layered skulls shored with struts of bone for battle protection. Broad, massive tendons link skull and spine to help the head pivot and recoil from blows.

Elk (Cervus Elaphus)

Elks range from dark brown in winter to tan in summer with the head, neck, belly and legs being darker than both the back and sides.