Wapusk News - Spring 2011 - Vol. 4, No. 1
Colourful flowers along the bank of the Owl River © Parks Canada
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"It's Not Easy Being Green..."
The area in and around Wapusk National Park (NP) is recognized around the world for its significant biological diversity. The park protects important habitats and populations of polar bears, birds and plants. Wapusk NP also contains some of the youngest land in Canada, as a result of the retreating Hudson Bay shoreline in response to isostatic rebound – the rising of the land following the glacial period.
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