I live in boreal forest country, on the edge of the great northern muskegs, before they turn into tundra. It would almost be easier to list what is NOT up here. Gators. poisonous anything, turtles. armadillos, possums. I have never seen a raccoon up here, but plenty in manitoba. most common things you will see, moose, elk, black bear, deer, coyotes, foxes. There are wolves, and the odd cougar, bobcat, lynx and wolverines. Supposedly woodland caribou, but I've never seen one. Lots of mink and martins. Sometime the odd eagle bald or golden will roam in but never stay long. snowy owls, great-horned owls. magpies, ravens, gulls, blue jays, canada jay (or whiskyjacks as we call them up here), spruce grouse, prairie chicken, partridge, robins, grosbeaks, ducks of many kinds, canada goose, snow goose, quite a few sandhill cranes, and blue cranes. Lots of red-tailed hawks, the odd falcon. Only ever seen one kingfisher up here. beaver, muskrats, gophers, ground squirrels, weasels. Rabbits seem scarce, but there were many when i was a young lad. fart squirrels. tree rats of the small red kind.