Canada's wildlife is as varied as its landscapes. In this photo gallery, take a look at its many furry and feathered inhabitants. Here, a pine marten, thickly furred against the winter cold, makes its way through snow in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. Also called American martens, the animals spend much of their time in trees.

Pine Marten

Canada's wildlife is as varied as its landscapes. In this photo gallery, take a look at its many furry and feathered inhabitants. Here, a pine marten, thickly furred against the winter cold, makes its way through snow in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. Also called American martens, the animals spend much of their time in trees.
Photograph by Ron Erwin, Corbis

Pictures: Animals of Canada

Canada's wildlife is as varied as its landscapes. Take a look at its furry and feathered inhabitants.

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