This scene is typical of much of Riding Mountain Park.
If you are interested here are some facts about the Park from the Canadian Encyclopedia:
“Riding Mountain National Park (est 1929, 2973.1 km2) is located 265 km northwest of Winnipeg, perched almost 500 m (1640 ft) above the prairie on the Manitoba Escarpment. The park is the "core protected area" of Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve.
The park is a rolling landscape of mixed forests and grasslands dotted with lakes, streams and bogs, an "island" of green rising out of a sea of farmland. In many ways, the park is a blend of Canada's North, West and East with elements of the boreal forest, prairie and mixed deciduous woods present. Within its varied habitats, 233 species of birds, 60 kinds of mammals and 10 species of reptiles and amphibians thrive. Elk, moose, wolf, beaver, black bear, white-tailed deer and a small free-roaming herd of bison are the park's largest denizens.”