Friday, April 16, 2010

Wood Buffalo National Park

If u r a wildlife frenzy crazy fan, this summer visit the Wood buffalo national park.
Located in northeastern Alberta and southern Northwest Territories, is the largest national park in Canada at 44,807 km2 (17,300 sq mi). The park was established in 1922 to protect the world's largest herd of free roaming Wood Bison,which are now like 5,000 in population there. Also it is the only nesting site of whooping cranes.

Declared a world heritage site in 1963 it houses the some exotic species of animals and birds.. National Park contains a large variety of wildlife species, such as moose, black bear, wolf, lynx, brown bear, snowshoe hare, sandhill crane, Wood Buffalo, ruffed grouse, and the garter snake,forming famous communal dens within the park.
Wood Buffalo Park contains the only natural nesting habitat for the critically endangered whooping crane. Also known as Whooping Crane Summer Range. The range is a complex of contiguous water bodies, primarily lakes and various wetlands, such as marshes and bogs, but also includes streams and ponds and that is the reason it hosts many bird species here...

Year-round access is available to Fort Smith by road on the Mackenzie Highway and flights are also there...All you have to do is book an agent from Montreal or Toronto and before that book Cheap Flights to Montreal. Wildlife is best for adventure sports ..and if u r  fan then don't forget to go to Canada....

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