Waterton/Glacier International Peace Park: Postcard Book
Known to the Blackfeet Indians as "Back-bone-of-the-world"; to early trappers, traders, and pioneers as "the shining mountains"; and to George Bird Grinnell as "the Crown of the Continent," the 2,000-square-miles of the Rocky Mountains embraced by Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park are among the most spectacular in North America. Glacially serrated peaks rise sheer above wildflower bedecked meadows, dense forests, breathtaking lake-studded valleys, and expansive prairie grasslands. Thousands of plants and hundreds of animals--including black and grizzly bear, elk and moose, bald eagle and salmon, mountain lions and wolves--intermingle and populate this landscape of superlatives.
This postcard book is one of the series produced by Park Partners Inc. to share the splendor and beauty of America's National Parks and natural areas. Each title includes 15 individual postcards featuring the imagery of America's leading landscape photographers and expanded interpretive captions.
Pages: 15 postcards
Size: 4.8" x 7"