Terra Nova National Park

Newfoundland's first national park, established in 1957, offers natural beauty, dramatic Bonavista Bay coastline, rugged woods, and many outdoor activities. Moose, black bear, and other wildlife roam freely in the forests and marshy bogs, pods of whales play in the waters within view, and many species of birds inhabit the cliffs and shores.

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