As the human civilization is encroaching over the native rich-wildlife regions, there are only limited places left in America in order to see the nature habitats dwindle without the interference of humans. Following are the fantastic spots for the fellow adventurers to see the world how exactly the Mother Nature envisioned, in addition, they will have practical education at these unique places.
Cataloochee Valley, Great Smoky Mountains National Park:
On the eastern edge of Great Smoky Mountains national park, rucked among the mountains of North Carolina, is a place called Catalooche. A windy bumpy drive from I-40, nearby Maggie valley and Waynesville. This is one of the hidden gems that the park has to offer, the valley is home to more than 200 distinctive and endangered species of birds, and some quite impressive varieties of mammals. The valley is home to more than 30 salamander species, which makes the only place in the world to inhabit such variety of critters. Bumping into white deer is quite common in the valley, also, beware of the black bears since the park holds more than 1500 black bears.
Everglades National Park, Florida.
There is lot that is hot down in Southern Florida, where you can find amazing numbers of plants and animals. Living Large is what is the park is all about, think about a size of a typical suburban yard there is enough room in Everglades Park to fit 6 million of them. Sizing up this so called river of grass might require some Air Recon. One of the must-do in everglades is hoping into an ultra-light over the ten thousand islands sections of the park on the Gold Coast. The combination swap wetland and oversize lake below your feet, stretching from horizon to horizon with seven hundred species of animals, this is one massive combination platter of life that inhabits the land, the water and the air.
Channel Islands National Park.
Charles Darwin had to sale all the way to Galapagos to find an island sanctuary crawling with unique creatures. Yet, a few miles off the coast of southern California, there is a chain of islands that are often called the American Galapagos. Channel Islands National Park and marine sanctuary, reaching at the island means a boat, a plane or 20 miles swim from the coast. Only about 250,000 visitors per year, probably because of the difficulty to reach the chain of islands.
If you come in between June and October, you can catch the glimpse of blue whale, the largest animal ever lived. 27 species of whale passes by the park, almost all of the whale species can be found here. The most visible inhabitants of Channel Islands are only part-time residents. Sea lions and Seals are hereby in amount of tons. There are over 5,000 northern fur seals, 50,000 northern elephant seals, and over 70,000 sea lions, all of which constitute one of the largest congregations of wildlife on earth.