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Watching Wildlife in Sequoia National Park

Located in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains just east of Visalia, California is the Sequoia National Park. Established in 1890 to protect the 404,064 acres of forest that are contained within the park, many people don’t realize this national park is home to the highest point in the contiguous United States: Mount Whitney. The mountContinue reading “Watching Wildlife in Sequoia National Park”

Watching Wildlife in Saguaro National Park

Situated in southeast Arizona within Pima County is the Saguaro National Park, a 92,000-acre park that has both the Tucson Mountain District and the Rincon Mount District contained therein. The park is famous for preserving the Sonoran Desert landscapes, flora, and fauna, and of course, the famed saguaro cactus. The park was home to earlyContinue reading “Watching Wildlife in Saguaro National Park”

Watching Wildlife in Petrified Forest National Park

Nestled into the Northeastern portion of Arizona, the Petrified Forest National Park is named for the deposits of petrified wood that cover about 230 square miles of the park. Encompassing semi-desert shrub and colorful badlands that make it look like you’re on another planet, Petrified Forest National Park is also situated near the famed RouteContinue reading “Watching Wildlife in Petrified Forest National Park”

Watching Wildlife in North Cascades National Park

North Cascades National Park is a cherished American park located in the state of Washington. It houses more than 500,000 acres of land, making it one of the largest of the National Park Service units in the greater North Cascades National Park Complex. The park has a northern and southern portion that are divided byContinue reading “Watching Wildlife in North Cascades National Park”

Watching Wildlife in Death Valley National Park

Death Valley is a famous American National park located at the California-Nevada border, just east of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The park includes Death Valley, the northern section of the Panamint Valley, part of the Eureka Valley, and most of the Saline Valley. Home to the arid Great Basin and Mojave deserts, the park isContinue reading “Watching Wildlife in Death Valley National Park”