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Post Summary: Best Places to See Grizzly Bears in the USA One of the most feared and impressive animals in North America is the grizzly bear. Once commonly found throughout the Western United States and Canada, these large omnivores were the apex predator in their range. Due to hunting in the late 1800s and early 1900s, the bears have been eliminated from much of their former range. This reduction of range makes viewing these majestic animals a little bit of a challenge at a time but it isn’t impossible. There are a couple of places where I can almost guarantee you will see a brown bear if you visit. In…
It is hard to name a national park that is more famous than Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park is the world’s first national park. The park is famed for its wildlife and its geothermal features. Plus it’s a giant volcano that if and when it erupts again, it will truly change human life as we know it. Now here is the best way to spend one day in Yellowstone National Park and see just the highlights. This post was originally published on 19 June 2018. It was updated on 06 February 2020 to account for recent changes. About Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone National Park is a massive 2.2 million acres. This…
It has been an exciting June 2018 for National Park Obsessed. The National Park Obsessed website launched and our first couple of posts were added. The National Park Instagram account hit 1,000 followers. It has been a roller coaster getting the site up and running. Here are the 10 best photos from the United States National Parks in June 2018. Use #NationalParkObsessed and follow @NationalParkObsessed on Instagram for a chance to be feature here and on our account North Cascades National Park, Washington North Cascades National Park is often on the leased visited national parks list. It is sad given it is a couple of hours drive from Seattle. The…
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