Jasper National Park Canada

March 5, 2013 By Kylie Jensen

Land and Wildlife

Jasper is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. Jasper is spanning of 10,878, north of Banff National Park, and west of the city of Edmonton. Wildlife are elk, caribou, moose, mule deer, white-deer, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, grizzly bear, black beer, coyotes, beavers, rocky mountain pikas, hoary marmots, grey wolves, mountain lions, and wolverines.




Wildlife and Land picture

Waterfall, Wildlife, and the plants

Physical Feature

Physical Feature

With the onset of a warmer, drier climate following their last major advance, the retreating glaciers left exposed a barren and raw landscape. Soon plants and animals began to take advantage of these newly-exposed expanses, infiltrating the mountain valleys from ice-free areas.