America is a phenomenal richness in wildlife. Mostly we see in the national parks for protection.

Now we can see the interesting and the best wildlife spotting places.

These wildlife destinations make you know about the danger zone of wildlife and help you understand how to protect and conserve these unbelievable creature

let's see the 5 American wildlife spotting destinations

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1 Acadia National Park, Maine

The Maine-coast archipelago consists of Mount Desert Island, Isle au Haut, and Schoodic Peninsula. 125 miles of hiking trails, 45 miles of rustic carriage roads, and wildflower-carpeted meadows and marshes 

Expect to see a variety of creatures, including black bears and white-tailed deer, as well as coyotes, raccoons, skunks, otters, foxes, deer, and the rare moose. 

2 Olympic National Park, Washington

This magnificent 900,000-acre wilderness area bears the name of Theodore Roosevelt and features three unique ecosystems.

300 kinds of birds, including bald eagles, northern pygmy owls, and sooty grouse, as well as sanctuaries for Roosevelt elk, Columbia black-tailed deer, cougars, snowshoe hares, mountain goats, and Olympic marmots.

3 Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho

This unique 2.2-million-acre volcanic playground features hydrothermal wonders (hot springs, mud pots, and geysers), a large forest, many mountain ranges, and North America's highest altitude lake.

With 67 different mammal species, you're quite likely to witness free-roaming bison, mule deer, coyotes, elk, mountain lions, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, buffalo, grey wolves, and two varieties of bear.

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