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America’s National Parks

This was taken from ​Thempfa.org

By: Katelynn Mattern               


A is for Arches National Park

This was taken from Tracks and Trails

Arches National Park is many different stone or clay arches in the park. There is over 2,OOO arches in the park.       


B is for Badlands National Park

This was taken from National Park Foundation  

Badlands National Park has 244,OOO acres of untouched wilderness that became a national park in 1978.               


C is for Crater Lake National Park  

This was taken from Yankee Holidays  

Crater Lake National Park is the deepest lake in the U.S and it was formed by a collapsed volcano.            


D is for Death Valley National Park

This was taken from Austin Adventures

Death Valley National Park consists of 5,262miles​2​ acres. Death Valley  National Park is the driest place in North America.             


E is for Everglades National Park

This was taken from Vacationideas.com  

Everglades National Park in Florida covers 1,509,000 acres of land. Everglades National Park is a marshy tract of land that is mostly underwater and  covered with tall grass.               


F is for Fountain Paint Pots

This was taken from Yellowstone Tours  

Fountain Paint Pots is location in Yellowstone National Park. Eventually, the big pot of mud will start steaming causing water to explode out of it like  a geyser.           


G is for Grand Canyon National Park

This was taken from National Park Foundation  

Grand Canyon National Park is in Arizona. Its layered bands of red rock reveal millions of years of geological history.                 


H is for Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

This was taken from National Park  

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is filled with volcanoes. There are five volcanoes within the park.                   


I is for Isle Royale National Park

This was taken from Pinterest  

Isle Royale National Park is in Lake Superior. Animals such as moose, coyotes, and lynx roam free near the border of Canada and Michigan in this  park.     


J is for Joshua Tree National Park

This was taken from Mother Nature Network  

Joshua Tree National Park has rugged rock formations and desert landscapes with Joshua Trees all around.                 


K is for Kings Canyon National Park

This was taken from MowryJournal.com  

Kings Canyon National Park has mule deer in the park as well as pika. Kings Canyon National Park is located in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains.         


L is for Lassen Volcanic National Park

This was taken from Camping - LoveToKnow  

Lassen Volcanic National Park has animals living there such as bobcats, foxes, raccoons, and weasels.              


M is for Mammoth Cave National Park

This was taken from National Park Foundation

Mammoth Cave National Park is long cave system of chambers and  passageways underground. They resemble stone icicles hanging from the  ceiling.        


N is North Cascades National Park

This was taken from National Park Foundation  

North Cascades National Park has bald eagles, bears, and cougars. This park has mountains, glaciers, and lakes.                 


O is for Olympic National Park

This was taken from Seattle Met  

Olympic National Park has many animals like elk, olympic marmot, and deer. It also contains several different ecosystems, from the dramatic peaks of the  Olympic Mountains to old-growth forests.            


P is Pinnacles National Park

This was taken from Bay Area  

Pinnacles National Park has animals like bobcats, gray fox, racoons, and ground squirrel. 41.57 mi² is the area of the park. 

           


Q is for Quillayute National Wildlife Refuge

This was taken from Department of the Interior

Quillayute National Wildlife Refuge has bison that run free in the mountains. The park is located in the northwest part of Washington state.               


R is for Rocky Mountains National Park

This was taken from Gray Line Tours  

Rocky Mountains National Park has many elk, bear, bobcat, cougar, moose, and sheep in the park. Different trails give you views of the peaks in the  park when you go for a hike on a trail.             


S is for Shenandoah National Park

This was taken from Travel. Experience. Live.  

Shenandoah National Park has bears, deer, skunk, and many bird species in the park. The park is located in Virginia.               


T is for Theodore Roosevelt National Park

This was taken from Everywhere Once  

Theodore roosevelt National Park has animals like bison, coyotes, horses, elks,  and sheep. There is a scenic look where you can see several overlooks and  trails.           


U is for Union Falls In Yellowstone National Park

This was taken from Hiking Project  

Union falls is 250 ft high on Mountain Ash Creek.                


V is for Virgin Island National Park

This was taken from ThingLink

Virgin Islands National Park has many reefs all around the islands. The islands are homes to many turtles.               


W is for Wind Cave National Park

This was taken from The Trek Planner  

Wind Cave National Park has chambers like the Post Office or the Elks Room. The cave is rich in Boxwork which is in a honeycomb formation             


X is for Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church

This was taken from sfxavier.org   Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church is in Gettysburg Pa near to where we  are now.  

               


Y is for Yellowstone National Park

This was taken from Pixabay  

Yellowstone National Park has animals like bears, moose, elks, bison, and badgers. The park has dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, hot  springs and gushing geysers,               


Z is for Zion National Park

This was taken from National Geographic   Zion National Park has animals like mule deer, sheep, and foxes. The park is in Utah  and is ​distinguished by Zion Canyon’s steep red cliffs.  

         


This was taken from IMDiversity  

My A-Z book was about National Parks in America. America has many National Parks and  these are just a few of them from A to Z.  National Parks are very Beautiful and you  should go to one of them so you can  experience it for yourself. Now you know  some National Parks in America.   

America's National Parks  

My A-Z book is about National Parks in America. America has many National Parks and these are just a few of them from A to Z. National Parks...

America's National Parks  

My A-Z book is about National Parks in America. America has many National Parks and these are just a few of them from A to Z. National Parks...

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