Tierra del Fuego National Park was created in 1960. It is located in Southwest Tierra del Fuego province up against the border with neighboring Chile. It protects 68,909 acres of the southern tip of the Andes, going from north of Lake Kami in the Beauvoir or Injoo Goiyin range south to the coast of the Beagle Channel. The park has a limited number of fauna but 20 species of mammals (we saw a red fox) and 90 species of birds. There are no amphibians on the island. After our train ride we were picked up by our guide and bus again and drove around the park.