Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada

The Wood Buffalo National Park is also a prestigious historic site of Canada, which was established in 1922 on a large area of almost 45, 000 square kilometers of land. This makes the park the largest in Canada. The park hosts the largest herds of wood bison and also the whooping cranes that are only to be found here, this being an endangered species of birds. Other animal include the caribou, moose, the black bear, the wolf, the marmot, the white pelicans, the lynx, the brown bear, the snowshoe hare and lots others. There are fresh water deltas, lakes, mountainous areas the park boasting with complex scenery. In 1983, the place was turned into a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park can be accessed by car and by plane as well.

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