The park offers excellent year-round birding with a good selection of waterbirds in winter, including loons, grebes, cormorants, ducks and gulls. In spring there are migrant warblers and vireos in the woods,and in July and August the intertidal mudflat of the Angus Creek estuary is good for shorebirds. The marsh area of the estuary should be carefully watched in fall for migrant sparrows and rare passerines. Bald Eagles are frequent in all seasons. Chum salmon spawn in Angus Creek in the fall.
British Columbia Wildlife Watch, Sunshine Coast Natural History Society. 1996. Bird Checklist: Porpoise Bay Provincial Park, Sechelt. BC Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Wildlife Viewing Brochure