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Wood Buffalo at Elk Island National Park

Listed under National Parks in Alberta, Canada.

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At one point Wood Bison were teetering dangerously on the brink of extinction. Now, thanks to intense conservation efforts, a stable population of about 350 thrives in Beaver Hills’ Elk Island National Park. The park was originally created to protect the area’s elk, also a successful endeavor. Additionally, a huge variety of animals including beavers, moose, deer, and about 250 different species of birds make the park their home.

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Written by  Sarah Clise.

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