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Bird Checklist: Cypress Provincial Park British Columbia Wildlife Watch
1996
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Abstract: Cypress Provincial Park is located in the North Shore Mountains above West Vancouver, and extends beyond the Lions to Deeks Lake. Established in 1975, this 2996 hectare park is named after the yellow cypress, a dominant tree species in the higher elevation areas. Roadside stops on the access road allow panoramic views of Vancouver arid the Strait of Georgia, from Mount Baker to Vancouver Island. The park’s diverse natural areas include several types of old-growth forest, some mixed second-growth forest, sub-alpine wetlands, rocky bluffs and mountain top plateaus. Within the park boundaries there are old fire-scarred areas, and some areas that were logged prior to park establishment.
 
British Columbia Wildlife Watch. 1996. Bird Checklist: Cypress Provincial Park. Ministry of Environment
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: cypress provincial park, regional park
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