A picture-perfect souvenir collection of images from Ontario's oldest and largest provincial park.
"Going into the bush with a guy like Runtz is like going into the National Gallery with a top curator"
-Kelly Egan, The Ottawa Citizen
Award-winning naturalist and nature photographer Michael Runtz has spent decades exploring Algonquin Provincial Park and chronicling its flora and fauna in all seasons. Some of his best work has now been compiled for this stunning pictorial.
Known as "the wolf capital of eastern North America," Algonquin is home to 53 species of mammal, including substantial numbers of moose, white-tailed deer, beaver and black bear, as well as abundant and diverse species of reptiles and amphibians, fish, birds, insects and plants.
As for its landscape, Algonquin is a near-North paradise with some 7,700 square kilometres of forests, lakes and rivers atop the rugged Canadian Shield. This idyllic refuge from urban life features 1,500 lakes and is easily accessible from dozens of major Canadian and U.S. population centers.
With 96 full-page color photographs by an award-winning photographer, Algonquin Souvenir captures every facet of this glorious park.