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Interior Plains

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Kay Ringgold

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Interior Plains
By: Kay Ringgold
Location/Description of Region
Major Landforms
Rivers/Bodies of Water
Climate
Vegetation
Climate is up and down, summers are hot and winters are cold. The summers are from 10 degrees celsius to 30 degrees celsius, The winters are from negative 10 degrees celsius to negative 30 degrees celsius. Many Sports and Recreations are available in this landforms with a climate like the one it has, such as; Cross country skiing, skating, swimming, hiking, fishing, jogging, hunting, hockey and soccer. These are popular because there are cold winters and warm summers.
The Interior Plains is in between the Cordillera and the Canadian Shield. It is found in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Sometimes people make the mistake of calling the Interior Plains the Prairie Provinces or just the Prairies. The term prairie refers to the prairie grasses that grow wild in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The Interior Plains landscape includes much more than just the prairie grasslands.
Description
Location
Lake Winnipeg
Saskatchewan River
Churchill River
Slave River
Red River
Barley
Fir
Pine
Spruce
Dwarf Shrubs
Wildlife
Grizzly bears
Wolves
Muskrats
Cows
Spruce Grouse
States that fall within
Alberta
Yukon
British Columbia
Saskatchewan
Manitoba

Lake Winnipeg
Saskatchewan River
Churchill River
Slave River
Red River
Lake Winnipeg is a large lake in central North America, in the province of Manitoba, Canada, with its southern tip about 55 kilometers north of the city of Winnipeg.
The Saskatchewan River is a major river in Canada, about 550 kilometers long, flowing roughly eastward across Saskatchewan and Manitoba to empty into Lake Winnipeg.
The Churchill River is a major river in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada. From the head of the Churchill Lake it is 1,609 kilometers long.
The Slave River is a Canadian river that flows from Lake Athabasca in northeastern Alberta and empties into Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories.
The Red River flows through several urban areas along its path, including those of Fargo-Moor head and Grand Forks in the United States and Winnipeg in Canada.
Barley
Fir
Pine
Spruce
Dwarf Shrubs
Barley, a member of the grass family, is a major cereal grain. It was one of the first cultivated grains and is now grown widely.
Firs are a genus of 48–56 species of evergreen coniferous trees in the family Pinaceae.
an evergreen coniferous tree that has clusters of long needle-shaped leaves
a widespread coniferous tree that has a distinctive conical shape and hanging cones
a short woody plant
Grizzly Bears
Wolves
Muskrats
Cows
Spruce Grouse
an animal of a large race of the brown bear native to North America.
a wild carnivorous mammal of the dog family
a large semi aquatic North American rodent with a musky smell, valued for its fur.
a fully grown female animal of a domesticated breed of ox, used as a source of milk or beef.
The spruce grouse is a medium-sized grouse closely associated with the coniferous forests or taiga of North America.
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