The fauna of the forest of the Patagonian Andes are distinguished by endangered mammals such as the Pudu and Huillin. the Coypo, grey fox, ferrets, and skunks are among the most common. As far as birds, you may see, the Cooks Seagull, the Cormoran (Phalacroxorax olivaceus), and the Bigua, which frequent the lake shores. The Avutarda or Cauquen (Chlopephaga picta) and the Banduria are found in open sunny areas.
The Thrush, Chucao, el Huet-Huet, the Patagonian Comsebo, and the Great Woodpecker inhabit forested areas. Among the species of native deer you can find the Pudu, one of the smallest deers in the world and one of the best known species in the region. An adult weighs between 10 and 12 kilograms.