Wood Buffalo National Park


Wood Buffalo National Park

geographical name

Definition of WOOD BUFFALO NATIONAL PARK

wilderness area W Canada in N Alberta & SE Northwest Territories featuring buffalo

Wood Buffalo National Park

geographical name    (Concise Encyclopedia)

Park, western Canada. Situated between Athabasca and Great Slave lakes, it was established in 1922; it occupies an area of 17,300 sq mi (44,807 sq km). The world's largest park, it is a vast region of forests and plains, crossed by the Peace River and dotted with lakes. The habitat of the largest remaining herd of wood buffalo (bison) on the North American continent, as well as of bear, caribou, moose, and beaver, it also provides nesting grounds for the endangered whooping crane.

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