Probably no province in Canada, with the possible exception of British Columbia, has such diverse landscape as Alberta. From boreal forests in the north, to rugged mountains in the west, and vast prairies in the east, Alberta is full of surprises. The dry desert-like badlands from Drumheller eastwards are one such delight. Here at Dinosaur Provincial Park on the Red Deer River near Brooks, you can actually see such unusual vegetation as small cacti growing wild.

2002 Richard McGuire

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