Flora & Fauna

Taking a lunch break Edith Cavell Caribou Lake

Caribou Lake

Going beyond the Cavell Meadows will bring you to a beautiful Alpine Tarn ( Caribou Lake ), the scenery opens up with breathtaking Vistas.

Terry at the edge of the lake, Edith Cavell

Mount Edith Cavell

Few summits in the park can match Mount Edith Cavell’s jagged beauty. A small powder blue melt water lake and beautiful Angel Glacier

Blue Eyed Grass

Rocky Mountain Flowers

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Brown Bear

Usually mistaken for a Grizzly, Brown bears are part of the Black bear family. Notice there is no hump on this brown bear.

Mule Deer - Explore Jasper

Mule Deer

Tell tale sign for this species is the black tip on the tail that tells them apart from White Tail Deer. 
 

Pine Marten - Explore Jasper

Pine Marten

Pine Martens keeps our squirrel population in check. Looks cute but aggressive.

Great Horned Owl - Explore Jasper

Great Horned Owl

Great Horned Owl, on May 3, 1977, the great horned owl was adopted as Alberta’s official bird after a province-wide children’s vote. The great horned owl is a year-round resident of the province.

Beaver - Castor - Explore Jasper

Beaver

A Canadian icon and part of our heritage, Beaver has been sought after for their fur. We live in a town that UNESCO has deemed a heritage site due to the fur trade that happened here in the 1800's. Ask at the Parks Information centre for the best locations to sight...

The beauty of Jasper National Park. This section will be dedicated to the images of our fauna & flora. The images will be in higher resolution and might take a little bit longer to load, so please be patient.  

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