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Parks Canada
By Amy Adejokun Amy Adejokun Section editor

Discover Parks

To the north of Chapleau in Ontario, roe deers, black bears and wolves live in the reserve of the same name. The national park of Point-Pelee, on the southernmost point, is world famous for bird watching. On the banks of Hudson Bay and James Bay, the Polar Bear provincial park has more than a thousand polar bears, the largest concentration in the world.


Parks , Grey Wolf, Ontario, Canada , Canada
Grey Wolf, Ontario, Canada

The Grey Wolf, sometimes called the Timber Wolf, is estimated to have a population of between 8,000 and 10,000 individuals in the Province of Ontario.

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