This summer climbing- garter snake, toads, wood cock (which everyone walked by first then when I almost stepped on it it took off and nearly gave me a heart attack), squirrels and their like, not to mention probably 100 deer and other birds I can't id.
other areas we've been in the middle of a herd of caribou, had a squirrel get in our car after some marshmallows, chipmunks that sat with us begging for food, numerous birds and fish.
Growing up I lived in the woods outside of town though so bear, moose, deer, foxes, coyotes, rabbits, hawks, eagles and the usual other assortment were all very common. Not to mention the lynx which I never saw but my grandfather found staring down at him from a tree once....creepy. One morning when I was in elementary school a mother black bear and her cubs crossed the road maybe 60 feet away while I was waiting for the bus. Freaked me out! And I discovered an eagles nest (bald eagle) close by my house this summer. It was on private property so I couldn't get to close but they had their young there and you could hear them. The nest was the biggest eagles nest I've ever seen. I swear it's the size of a compact car sitting up in the tree.The picture really is bad (we had been out hanging hammocks in trees and I forgot to change the exposure settings on the camera) but you can see both parents. An d then there's this paper wasp nest we found. It was literally the size of a beach ball and just full of wasps.