Oct 11, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Bird
When glaciers carved this region 18,000 years ago, they left a scarred landscape that is now a jumble of islands. Flora and fauna have eagerly found various niches and thrive everywhere we travel. While there are ecological differences as we’ve transited from north to south, there was certainly no natural distinction, from a bird’s point of view, as we crossed an invisible line from Canada into the United States.
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