This Summer Best Nature Reserves to Experience the Real American Wilderness
“When the going gets tough, the tough gets going.” Summer time can be an agitating season to spend in a Metropolis. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city to experience some true magnificence in the wild. The geographical diversity in America’s landscape offers an opportunity for people to experience the best of both worlds. Here’s our pick of some of the finest and the most promising nature reserves in North America to soothe your senses with lots of oxygen infused air along with many exotic and exclusive wildlife species this summer.
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming:
Well known for its guided Safaris with a wildlife biologist, this wildlife sanctuary is always a treat for the eye. The Four Seasons in Jackson Hole organizes the tours and ensures maximum safety and comfort for your whole family. With a wide variety of rare wild animals such as grizzly bears, wolves, elk, eagles, river otters, mountain lions, bighorn sheep, and bison to spot, the Grand Teton National Park is an ideal spot for a classic summertime family vacation. The well known Yellowstone National Park is located at a close proximity to this place and safaris to the park can be availed at the Four Seasons, Jackson Hole.
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado:
Considered as one of the most accomplished site to spot exotic wild animals in their natural habitat, Rocky Mountain National Park is home to a huge population of elks, bighorn sheep, mule deer, a rather small population of moose, and several coyotes. The Coyote Valley Trail along the Colorado River in Kawuneeche Valley is the favorite among tourists and is a perfect tour to spot several Coyotes. Though magical yet Coyotes are maligned due to the bad rep they’ve earned from old cowboy movies.
Acadia National Park, Maine:
Sprawling across most of the Mount Desert Island and some of the smaller islands off Atlantic coast, this nature reserve offers a perfect collaboration of flora and fauna. There are several trails to follow with over 40 various species of mammals to spot at the Acadia National Park, Maine. Some of the most prominently noticeable wildlife species here include chipmunks, moose, beaver, porcupines, white-tailed deer, black bears, and foxes. This national park is well recognized as the site where beavers were repopulated after having been nearly trapped to extinction.
Yazoo National Wildlife Refuge, Mississippi:
With fourteen different ponds, the Yazoo National Wildlife Refuge is a perfect destination to spot thousands of waterfowls and other migratory birds. Named after the Yazoo Native American tribe, this national park provides nesting, feeding, brooding, and resting places for the flyers. Though popular as a bird sanctuary, there are several wild animals that can be spotted such as white-tail deer, alligators, otters, bobcats, etc. Abundant population of birds such as little blue and great blue herons, snowy egrets, white and glossy ibis, and happily dancing and dabbling ducks can be found across the boundaries of the Yazoo National Wildlife Range.
Everglades National Park, Homestead Florida:
Conserving around 20 percent resources of the original everglades, this national park is truly a rare wildlife preserve. Notably acclaimed as a place to spot alligators, the Everglades National Park also houses 36 other federally protected species such as the American Crocodile. The most notable fact about these woods is that out of the 50 Florida panthers living around the world, most of them are here. Some of the other rare and really awesome species of wildlife to notice here before they extinct are the Cape Sable seaside sparrow, the West Indian manatee and several species of sea turtles.
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