We live in a very rural area, so it's normal for us! ...especially as we put out food for birds, all kinds of things come to eat it.
But seeing coons and possums is frequent. Skunks we usually smell, but haven't seen one since Gary trapped one while trapping cats. Sadly, all three are frequently run over by people, so we see quite a few dead ones.
Chipmunks are all the time. Same with groundhogs and rabbits.
There are a lot of quail and turkey around here. Big herd of turkey, actually! Must have been at least 20 of them.
Birds - I can list a lot. Swans, ducks and geese live in the large pond at the bottom of the drive. Herons of various types frequently visit to fish.
There's a mom deer with two foals we see at least daily - but deer are everywhere around these parts. Saw a stag on the way home from the supermarket yesterday!
The bear we don't see as often, but there are quite a few around here. The other morning we saw one of them in the neighbor's driveway - presumably heading for their garbage. He (or she) was a really big one - almost as large as their car. They are all black bear around here.
....Haven't seen any wolves, though there is a wolf-reintroduction program going on.
We did see a fox last week - those are far more rare, as they tend to stay in the woods.
At our last house, we had a mom bear and two cubs living up the hill. We had to remove the bird feeders altogether, because they decided to use that spot as their patio, munching on the bird food.
Here's one of the cubs:
And some deer:
They loved lounging on the front lawn.