I'll be travelling in the Glacier-Banff-Jasper corridor next week. I'm planning a couple overnight canoe trips along the way and will be picking up the canoe from an outfitter in Invemere, BC, near the Columbia's headwaters. This is supposed to be the largest continuous wetlands in North America, with hundreds of bird species and other wildlife. That's as much as I know but would like to hear more. Can anybody who's been there give me the photographic Beta for this area? I'm most interested in scenics and large mamals, since I won't have the lenses for birds (200mm is my longest glass this trip.) Later in the trip I will spend time in/around Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper, including a conoe trip on the Bow from L. Louise to Banff, and possibly another on the Athabaska in Jasper. Any photo-specific info or advice on those areas also appreciated. Thanks, folks.