Ecosystems of Kouchibouguac

Kouchibouguac National Park

Kouchibouguac National Park features various ecosystems, playing a role in the complex web of life. These dynamic communities involve living organisms interacting with their surroundings. The park includes forests, coastal landscapes, freshwater areas, and wetlands. These ecosystems are interconnected, maintaining a delicate balance that supports biodiversity in the park.

Explore the pages covering each ecosystem to gain insights into the plant and animal life that inhabit these regions. Discover the challenges posed by invasive species and the ongoing conservation efforts dedicated to species at risk. This section provides a comprehensive look into the natural intricacies that define Kouchibouguac National Park, emphasizing the importance of preserving these ecosystems for the well-being of the region's flora and fauna.

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