Top Places To Observe Wildlife In The United States

Observing wildlife in America might be easier than you think. You don’t have to venture far away from your immediate environment to see wild animals.

Whether you live in a small town or a big city, you can be sure to see various types of animals going about their daily lives.

If you are considering visiting a reserve to marvel at America's wildlife, from the lesser-known to the world-famous, these are the top ten wildlife destinations you should consider visiting.

Yellowstone National Park – Wyoming, Montana, Idaho

Yellowstone is one of North America’s sanctuaries most populated with wildlife.

Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming

From imposing 70,000 feet high Teton peaks to low-lying plains, wetlands, and mountain meadows, this diversity of habitats draws in a large variety of wildlife.

Katmai National Park – Alaska

If you love bears, Katmai National Park is arguably the best wildlife conservation reserve for bear watching.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park – North Dakota

Whatever activities you choose to dabble in at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, you are almost guaranteed to see wild horses and American bison grazing freely.

Virgin Islands National Park, St. Johns – US Virgin Islands

Across the air and land, you’ll find hummingbirds, pelicans, wild goats, donkeys, iguanas, and wild boars roaming the land.

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