The vegetation of Wells Gray Park and two small extension areas (Figure 1.1) was studied in the summer and early fall of 1984, in conjunction with terrain, soils and animal habitat. The study was initiated by the Parks and Housing to assess the present and potential habitat available for moose, mule deer, woodland caribou, mountain goat and grizzly bear. Previously, vegetation of Wells Gray Park was described by Hamet-Ahti (1965).
Lea, E.C.. 1986. Vegetation of the Wells Gray Study Area. Ministry of Environment. Technical Report 21