Canada: Waterton Lakes By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2018

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Tucked away in a corner of southwest Alberta you will find Waterton Lakes National Park. This was Canada’s fourth national park, designated in 1979. The park features truly unique ecosystems, surprisingly mild winters, and some of the oldest exposed sedimentary rock in the Rocky Mountains. The park is home to more than half of Alberta’s plant species, as well as 60 species of mammals, 250 species of birds, 24 species of fish, and 10 species of reptiles and amphibians. Anderson Design Group rendered a fitting depiction of the park, a landscape illustration of the mountains, one of the many nearby lakes, and a summer lodge atop a knoll. This vintage travel poster is available as a retro art print, canvas, metal sign, postcard, or notecard. To learn more about the parks and other attractions in Canada, check out the Canada Guide.

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