The Wood Buffalo National park is a national park that is located in the Boreal Plains in northeastern Alberta and the southern Northwest regions located in Canada (Nishi, Shury & Elkin, 2006). The national park was instituted in 1922 and was later expanded in 1926 with an aim offering protection to the hugest free wandering bison herd in the universe. The Wood Buffalo National Park covers 44,800 kilometers squared and therefore it is considered as the largest national parks in Canada. The Wood Buffalo National park has a significant ecological worth that is not exceeded in Canada. The Wood Buffalo National park is home to four distinct forms of landscapes that includes glaciated plains, plateaus that are glacially eroded, freshwater delta and alluvial river lowlands. The landscape of this park offers diverse habitats for an amazing variety of fish, mammals and migratory birds.