Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities exist throughout the Swan Lake Kispiox River Park. The lake chain in the southwest portion of the park contains a large diversity of wildlife and fish habitats.
This lake complex provides spawning and rearing habitat for coho, chinook, sockeye, c, pink and steelhead that migrate up the Kispiox River each summer. As well, the lakes support a healthy population of resident rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, Dolly Varden char and whitefish.
The abundant population of salmon helps attract and support a significant population of grizzly bears. This area is also excellent for black bears, mountain goats, wolves, moose, beaver, river otter and mink.
Many forest bird species are present. Sightings of bald eagles and osprey are common. Gulls, terns and loons are abundant as well as waterfowl such as swans, buffleheads, goldeneyes, and common mergansers. Trumpeter swans are known to winter on Club Creek, given its open water conditions in most years.