10 Wildlife Destinations To Visit In The US

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Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming – Claiming the largest concentration of animals in the lower 48 states, Yellowstone Park is hard to beat for wildlife encounters.

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San Juan Islands, Washington – The orca's common name, "killer whale", is a bit of a misnomer and has given the orca a bad reputation.

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Katmai National Park, Alaska – Imagine you're out in the woods and running into dozens of giant grizzly bears standing belly-deep in a river.

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Hawaiian Islands – With two different worlds to explore, one on land and the other underwater, Hawaii has developed into a natural paradise.

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Sandhill Crane Migration, Nebraska – Known for its endless plains and flat stretches of plains.

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Glacier National Park, Montana – A visit to the park feels like going back in time when America's wilderness was pristine and completely untouched.

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California Coast – California's picturesque coast is teeming with marine mammals, and a road trip along Highway 101 is the ideal way to enjoy it all.

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Everglades National Park, Florida – Head to the park, a semi-aquatic environment in South Florida, where a variety of animal species await.

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Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska – For a land teeming with life, look no further than Kenai Fjords National Park in southeast Alaska.

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