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What does WBNP stand for?

WBNP stands for Wood Buffalo National Park (Northern Alberta, Canada)


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This gives the book a tendency to focus on the "longue duree" and broad historical patterns or structures that change slowly, if at all, but McCormack does weave key events such as the signing of Treaty Eight and the creation of Wood Buffalo National Park into her story effectively and shows how such events often had quite unintended consequences.
The only remaining natural population nests in Wood Buffalo National Park on the border of Alberta and the Northwest Territories in Canada and migrates 2,400 miles (3,860 kilometers) through the prairie states and provinces to the Texas coast.
The only remaining natural population nests in Wood Buffalo National Park on the border of Alberta and the Northwest Territories in Canada and migrates 2,400 miles (3,860 kilometers) through the prairie states and provinces to the Texas coast.
Wood Buffalo National Park is another hiking hotspot, boasting such varied options as short easy loops, a backcountry trail that leads to the historic Sweetgrass Station bison corral, and a Myers Lake route that calls for some canoeing as well as hiking.
LEADER OF THE PACK NATURAL WORLD: A WOLF CALLED STORM BBC2, 9pm THE wolves and buffalo of Wood Buffalo National Park in Canada featured in David Attenborough's Frozen Planet series.