Terra Nova National Park
Earth : North America : Canada : Atlantic Provinces : Newfoundland and Labrador : Eastern Newfoundland : Terra Nova National Park
Terra Nova National Park  is in Eastern Newfoundland. It joined Canada's National park system in 1957. It is Canada's most easterly national park and, like all of Canada's national park System, Terra Nova is dedicated to protecting and celebrating the beauty and variety of the land. Terra Nova is an excellent way to experience the nature, discovery and adventure of eastern Newfoundland. It is a place where sheltered Atlantic fiords stretch inland to touch the boreal landscape.
The Terra Nova region is rich in natural resources, such as fish and sea mammals. These resources have attracted people to the Terra Nova area for at least 5,000 years. Prehistoric peoples and European settlers depended on the rich resources of the sea and land, as do many people in the region today.
The first settlers in Canada originally landed at Alexander Bay; what is now the coast of Terra Nova National Park.
Flora and fauna
Moose, bear, fox, lynx, and beaver are commonly found, as are many wildflowers, conifers, and deciduous trees.
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