Located in central Ontario, Algonquin Park is situated in a transition zone between northern boreal and southern hardwood forests. This blend of different forest types gives Algonquin Park a unique blend of northern and southern flora and fauna. For some of Algonquin's animals the Park represents the limits of either their northern or southern range. Algonquin Park has five major habitats, each with its own unique diversity of plants and animals. To discover more about one of these habitats explore one of the documents below.
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