once dominated the landscape in North America, supporting wildlife such as the plains
Stretching from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba all the way south to Texas,
covered an area of 1 million square miles of the Great Plains.
To the north, shrublands such as the Peace River Parkland
form a transition to the boreal forests of upper Canada.
On the east, tall grasses grade into eastern deciduous forests in the
Prairie-and-Oak Transition Zone.