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Newfoundland & Labrador 2003


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Gros Morne National Park


Berry Hill Pond Trail

A very large moose, quietly laying on the edge of the above pond in the evening, completely unfazed by the presence of us humans.

Trail through the dense forest of small twisted trees.

Berry Head Pond trail

This is in the vicinity of Berry Head Pond. These spruce trees get all twisted up by the tremendous snowfall each winter. Young trees are bent over by the weight of the snow. However, as can be seen here, most recover.
Round-leaved Sundew.

These plants grow in bogs. The hairs that radiate from the round leaves are sticky and trap small insects. These are then slowly "digested" by the plant, supplying it with nutrients not found in the nutrient-poor bog soil.


Water Lobelia



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