About Canada from the bird’s eye view
Canada is the land of beautiful lakes. The largest — the Top, with an area of 83 270 km2, and the largest freshwater lake in the world. The great bear lake — one of the ten largest lakes in the world. Great Slave lake, Winnipeg, Huron, Erie, Ontario… that is why, fish — one of the most important natural resources.
Lake superior is a national marine Park (Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area), which is located in the province of Ontario, 140 km from the city of thunder Bay in Canada. Today — it is the largest freshwater protected conservation area in the world. Here there are pike, herring and many other fish (about 70 species). Of birds -herons, peregrine Falcon and bald eagle. Reindeer live on the coast.
Big bear lake is the largest reservoir in Canada, which is located in the North-Western lands, the Arctic circle. He is in eighth place in the list of largest inland lakes in the world and the fourth in the list of North America. In 1930, Gilbert Labini on the territory of the lake deposits of uranium, after which this place was open mine which was the source of radioactive material for the manufacture of the bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
Lake Ontario originates from the Niagara river and enters the river St. Lawrence. This is the most bottom and the smallest by area in the Great lakes system. On Ontario navigation is well developed.
But in addition to lakes in Canada have something to admire: the majestic mountains of North America, layers of fossils, giving the answers to the mysteries of Earth’s history, an incredible underwater caves, deserted sandy beaches along the wild coast. And the Thousand Islands – an archipelago of Islands stretching along the St. Lawrence river. This is one of the most beautiful places in Canada, previously nicknamed the “Garden of God”. The Islands are the remnants of mountains submerged by the waters of the glacier. See Niagara falls – a complex consisting of 3 large waterfalls located on the border of Canada and the United States. On canadian soil is a waterfall “Horseshoe”, a width of 800 m. Let’s explore it all together in a new way – from the height of bird flight.