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Watching Wildlife in Crater Lake National Park

Located in southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is known for housing the deepest lake in the United States and the second-deepest lake in North America. Established in 1902, the lake is the fifth-oldest national park in the United States and the only national park in Oregon today. It’s home to the caldera of CraterContinue reading “Watching Wildlife in Crater Lake National Park”

Watching Wildlife in Carslbad Caverns National Park

The Carlsbad Caverns National Park is an impressive American park located within the Guadalupe Mountains in Southeastern New Mexico. The most visited part of the park is the Carlsbad Cavern, which can be reached by hiking a few miles along a paved path. Located on US Highway 62/180, about 18-miles south of Carlsbad, New Mexico,Continue reading “Watching Wildlife in Carslbad Caverns National Park”

Watching Wildlife in Badlands National Park

Badlands National Park is home to resilient animals that are able to withstand some seriously harsh winter conditions. Also home to many endangered species in North America, the park is characterized by its bitter winters and searing summers as part of the Great Plains. From winds and drought to blizzards, heat, and storms, any animalContinue reading “Watching Wildlife in Badlands National Park”