Photo Essay: The Flora and Fauna of Algonquin Provincial Park

Many Ontarians have fond childhood memories of camping in Algonquin Provincial Park. Vast in size (in British terms, of course), Algonquin is also large in its natural wonder. For an ol’ foreigner like me who had zero-to-none camping experience, the opportunity to explore the park was new, unexpected and breathtaking. Below are a few of my personal favourite pictures taken from my first (and definitely not the last) trip to Algonquin, featuring a chipmunk standoff, mother moose and her baby, a giant pine tree and a pesky species of caterpillar that took a liking to me.

 

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