Chapter 5: Vegetation
In southern and west central
Individual animals are too small to appear on all except very large-scale images. However, some animals (e.g. beaver) profoundly affect drainage systems.
5.18: Mixed Vegetation in the Area of Gunn Lake, Riding Mountain National Park
In the top left-hand side of the photo is
The only indications of human influence are two hiking/biking/cross country trails, the easternmost of which 10 crosses mainly woodland and appears to be flooded in the north 11. The other trail 12 is well known locally because it crosses the grassland, a colourful walk/ride in the spring as the flowers bloom.
Figure 5.18: Mixed Vegetation in the Area of Gunn Lake, Riding Mountain National Park
Vertical air photograph: A20375-31
Flight height: 9,555 feet a.s.l.; lens focal length: 153.37 mm
Date: May 22, 1968
Scale: 1:15,000 (approx.)
Location: Townships 21 and 22; Range 22 WI
Map sheets: 1:250,000 62K Riding Mountain
1:125,000 MCR 207 Riding Mountain National Park