Autumn leaves and lichen in Junction Sheep Range Provincial Park, B.C.
© Daryl Benson/Masterfil
Leaves and lichen. Leaves and lichen
The Junction Sheep Range Provincial Park in B.C. is a protected area with a diverse landscape. It received the status of a provincial park in 1995. With rolling grasslands, hoodoos, river valleys and cliffs, the Junction Sheep Range Provincial Park serves as a habitat for numerous endangered species. It provides a critical breeding ground for California bighorn sheep who feed on grass and low-lying plants. Along with the natural scenery, visitors here can also indulge in activities such as wildlife viewing, cycling and horseback riding.