Top 8 destinations for wildlife spotting in America

Olympic National Park, Washington: Encompassing temperate rainforests, glacier-topped mountains, and a Pacific coast stretch, offering diverse habitats for various species. 

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee & North Carolina: Protects the largest population of black bears in the eastern USA, with over 1,500 residents. 

Maui, Hawaii: Boasts unique wildlife, including the Hoary Bat and Hawaiian Monk Seal, alongside humpback whales and green sea turtles. 

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming: Teeming with wildlife across various habitats, including valley floors, meadows, and wetlands, supporting diverse species like elk, moose, and eagles. 

Glacier National Park, Montana: Home to one of North America's largest grizzly bear populations, alongside diverse bird and mammal species.

Denali National Park and Wildlife Preserve, Alaska: Encompasses six million acres of pristine wilderness, hosting Alaska’s Big Five and diverse bird species.

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado: Offers stunning landscapes and a diverse array of wildlife, including elk herds, bighorn sheep, and numerous bird species.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho: The world’s first national park, boasting geothermal wonders and a rich diversity of wildlife, including bison, wolves, and bears.