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Canadian Parks Tour

I have not seen it before. Entire villages, fields, parking lots with cars and tractors are under a 1-2 meter layer of water. And a couple of days ago, the water was clearly much higher sections of the highway were covered with silt, and drowned cars lay on the sides of the road. A week […]

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Grasslands National Park

Grasslands National Park was created in southwest Saskatchewan (Canada) to preserve the grassy prairies. It consists of western and eastern parts. Two hundred years ago countless herds of bison roamed all these amazing hills and ravines covered with a sea of ​​grass. From the roar of their hoofs, the earth shook, and the endless meadows […]

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Canadian Park Secret

By the way, almost nothing was told about the local inhabitants of the world of flora and fauna, and this is a big omission that needs to be corrected. At the moment, 1132 plant species have been identified in the park. They serve as the biological basis for the existence of 3 species of reptiles, […]

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Canadian Parks Origin

Kootenay Reserve is located to the west of the Continental Divide, aside from Highway 93, between themountain peaks and The Rocky Canada Trench (rocky mountain basin), where the climate is milder. If the history of the emergence of Banff, Jasper and Yoho reserves is closely connected with the construction of the railway, then the Kootenay […]

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Wood Buffalo National Park

I chose this topic because it seemed to me interesting to “travel” to such a world-famous national park as Wood-Buffalo. Who knows, it will be possible tovisit this wonderful place someday, but to learn at least from books about this famous nature reserve seems simply necessary and even quite interesting. For what purposes are safe […]