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Of all the living things that inhabit Algonquin Provincial Park, none are more important than the trees. Trees are by far the largest living things in the Park and they almost completely blanket the landscape. With a little practice you can quickly become adept at identifying all of Algonquin's trees, and this will open the door to understanding the fascinating world of Algonquin Provincial Park. The biggest revision being information on average annual volume cut (2001-2005) as provided by the Algonquin Forestry Authority. 40 pages. paperback. Dan Strickland. 2006.
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