Park Harold F. Baldwin has a large wildlife biodiversity. Close to one hundred species of birds have been identified on our site in the past years, including the peregrine falcone (source: ebird.org). The peregrine falcon is a species that is labelled as vulnerable and they nest on the rocky cliff face of the Pinnacle year after year. Numerous reptiles, amphibians and mammals have also been observed, such as the northern two-lined salamander, the wood frog, and the southern red-back vole. Consult the list of observed species in the link above and our interpretive signs in the park to learn more!