Kuane National Park
Kluane’s green belt is prime habitat for many species of wildlife. Dall sheep are the park’s most abundant large mammal, and there are plentiful moose and some caribou and mountain goats. Grizzly and black bears roam the alpine and forested areas. Smaller mammals that live in Kluane include wolves, coyotes, wolverines, marten, marmots, Arctic ground squirrels and red squirrels.
Kluane also provides home to a variety of birdlife. Over 150 species have been recorded, of which 118 nest inside the park.
Grizzly Bear and Black bear
For the Vegetation they have The timber line is at about 1100 metres, above which you find stunted shrubbery composed mainly of willows, alder, and dwarf birch. Alpine tundra begins above 1400 metres. Over 200 species can be found here, giving Kluane the largest plant diversity north of the 60th parallel.