Monday, 29 May 2017

Park Canada Reflection

Lake Louise, Banff National Park
  • Alberta
  • 51.4172891,-116.223255
  • Lake Louise is a hamlet in the famous Banff National Park. It has nice a nice turquoise, glacier-fed lake. It is both beautiful in the summer and in the winter. The Lake Louise Ski Resort features a wildlife center at the top of a gondola.
  • Lake Louise is one of the most visited lakes in the world and you should go visit it too!


Gulf Islands National Park Reserve
  • BC
  • 48.66566, -123.40775
  • Gulf Islands National Park Reserve is the sixth of eight National Park Reserves in a system of 46 parks and park reserves across Canada. It is located in British Columbia's Gulf Islands, and covers 36 square kilometres. It also includes numerous islets (islands).
  • The islands support many plant and animal species such as killer whales, porpoises, seals, sea lions, shorebirds, waterfowl rocky bluffs, and headlands etc.


Kouchibouguac National Park

  • NB
  • 46.77286, -65.00533
  • The park includes barrier islands, sand dunes, lagoons, salt marshes and forests. It provides habitat for seabirds, including the endangered piping plover, and the second largest tern colony in North America. There is a vast fauna of harbour seals and grey seals which inhabit the park's 25 km of sand dunes.
  • Mammal species that inhabit on the land are raccoon, bobcat, lynx, moose, species of bats, timber wolf, coyote, black bear, beaver, marten, species of shrews, river otter, porcupine, muskrat, species of mice, woodchuck, mink, striped skunk, and snowshoe hare.

These are all beautiful national parks that every Canadian and everyone in general should go visit. They all have breathtaking views and the history behind them is fascinating. 







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