What activities could be done in the boreal shield if you were to go there?please give e about 7-8 points don't just give a paragraph that has lots of information i want the answer to be simple...

What activities could be done in the boreal shield if you were to go there?

please give e about 7-8 points don't just give a paragraph that has lots of information i want the answer to be simple

thank you so much for your time and answers

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besure77 | Middle School Teacher | (Level 1) Senior Educator

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There are many activities available in this area. Some are sightseeing, birdwatching, hiking, fishing, canoeing, and hunting.

There are many national parks and conservation areas that can be visited with many activities available there as well.

There are also large mining and logging companies that could be visited if you were interested in Canadian economy.

There also have been many large forest fires and the damage that is caused by these fires and this would be very interesting and educational.

The boreal shield is a geologists dream. There are many rock formations to see because long ago there used to be many glaciers that moved through the area.

 

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pohnpei397 | College Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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The Canadian boreal shield is the largest of Canada's ecozones.  The average summer temperature in the area is roughly 13 C.  The winter temperature varies across the region -- the east is much warmer in winter because it is nearer to the ocean.

Three million people live in this area, so you could probably do whatever you want in terms of activities that are "man-made."

I assume you mean other kinds of things, though.  Here are some:

  • Hiking in either broad-leaf or conifer forest.
  • Hunting of various large animals.
  • Whale watching, obviously only at the shore
  • Fishing in lakes
  • Canoeing
  • Bird watching, especially in the spring.

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