Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada

The Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada is one of the smallest parks in Canada, measuring only 22 square kilometers. The site was set up back in 1937 and it is located in southern Canada, facing the St. Lawrence Gulf. There are many sandy beaches, dunes, wetlands and salt waters in this park, which are protected by law, due to their inhabitants, the Piping Plover. In addition, there are numerous other bird species in the area, and as a matter of fact, the park was named one of the few Canada's important bird areas. Unfortunately, the Prince Edward Island National Park is considered to be the most endangered from the all national parks in Canada, the main cause for this being the human contact with the region.

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