There are so many gorgeous national parks to mention but these Top 5 National Parks for Wildlife are my favorite. A trip to a national park can be fun, memorable, and one of the best trips of your lifetime. Now throw in the beauty of nature’s creatures in their own environment, that’s worth way more than any amusement park or zoo that has a drive thru safari. You will be able to catch raw footage of the wild animals roaming, eating, napping, fighting, or even giving birth. So sit down with your family tonight and pick which Park you’ll be visiting. First on our list, is Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone National Park: Located in Wyoming. This Park was established in 1872 as Americas First National Park. Home to grizzly bears, wolves, and herds of bison and elk. Early morning and evening hours are when animals tend to be feeding and thus are more easily seen. A recent Blog on Woolxlife.com shares exciting photos of Yellowstone from an interview taken by our great customer service rep Lisa here at Woolx.
Denali National Park: Grab your Woolx and head to this National Park located in Alaska. Six million acres of sanctuary for animals. The “big five,” or most exciting animals to spot are: caribou, moose, Dall sheep (the only white sheep on the continent), wolves, grizzly bears, porcupines, and red foxes. Many Birds from other continents fly to Denali during the spring to fall months. The Bald Eagle, Red Tailed Hawk, and Golden Hawk are just a few. One of our Woolx Pinterest boards, Alaska, shows many real photos from my brother when he actually lived there.
Acadia National Park: Marine Life tickle your fancy? Acadia National Park is Located in Maine. Covering 47,500 acres of coast. This park is home to beaver, seals, and the famous humpback whale, as well as a variety of 338 identified bird species. Acadia is also one of the best bird-watching areas in the country.
Rocky Mountain National Park: Herds of elk, moose, bighorn sheep, and deer—and clouds of bluebirds take over this Park. This 265,800 acre park is located in Colorado. pikas(resembling hamsters but actually related to rabbits) are an adorable sight to see.
Everglades National Park: Warm Weather draws thousands to this park with the hope of seeing the beautiful flamingo, or the ravenous alligators below the very footbridge you cross. 1.5 Million Acres in the south tip of Florida is where you’ll find this Park. Harder to see, but still there are endangered species like manatees and Florida panthers (Not the hockey team).
These are just 5 of Americas most beautiful parks to witness Wildlife. If any of our Woolx customers that have been to different Parks we’d loved to hear about it! Take Woolx On your Adventure!