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Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin Provincial Park is a beautiful, rugged, and breathtaking park which lies in a transition zone between the deciduous forests of the south and the coniferous forests of the north. The diverse habitats that can be found within the park, such as maple forests, spruce bogs, road edges, beaver ponds, lakes and cliffs, provide a home to a large number of species: 53 species of mammals, 272 species of birds, 31 species of reptiles and amphibians, 54 species of fish, approximately 7000 species of insects, over 1000 species of plants and another 1000+ species of fungi are known to occur within Algonquin's boundaries. This diversity, as well as its remote wilderness, makes it an excellent place to see a large variety of wildlife.
Algonquin 2009
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Algonquin 2011
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Algonquin through the Seasons
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Algonquin Fauna
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Algonquin - Winter 2018-19
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