Boasting the largest concentration of animals in the lower 48 states, it’s hard to beat Yellowstone National Park for wildlife encounters.
The orca’s common name, “killer whale,” is a bit of a misnomer and has given the orca a bad reputation.
Imagine being in the forest and stumbling on dozens of ginormous grizzly bears standing belly-deep in the river.
With two distinct worlds to explore, one on land and the other underwater, Hawaii has earned its reputation as a natural paradise.
Known for its endless plains and flat stretches of prairie, Nebraska may not be the first state that comes to mind for wildlife experiences.
Before early settlers tramped through the prairie with dreams of striking it rich during the gold rush, millions of bison roamed America’s heartland.