In recent years, wildlife, particularly ungulates, had a great increase. It is not uncommon to meet at night on the street deer, mouflon and wild boars, while the bugling of the deer resounds in the beech wood in autumn. Badgers, crested porcupines and foxes often come down near villages. Silent wolf approaches the flocks, perpetuating the ancient struggle between pastor and predator. There are over 140 species among sedentary and passing birds. Several nesting sites of the golden eagle and the Apuan Alps are a key location on the short-toed eagle migration route.
The Environmental Hiking Guides organize excursions aimed at discovering and observing wildlife, in winter to read the footprints in the snow, in autumn for listening to the bellowing and in spring/summer to catch the flight of birds of prey.