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ParkVision: Birds

The national parks of the U.S. abound with large and small animals of many types. Although less famous than the large animals like buffalo and bear, the small animals are numerous and are usually fun to observe and extremely interesting.


 Western Gull, Channel Islands National Park





 White Pelican, Grand Teton National Park


 Great Blue Herons, Grand Teton National Park


 Bald Eagle, Grand Teton National Park


 Clark's Nutcracker, Crater Lake National Park


 Canada Geese, Cuyahoga Valley National Park


 Brown Pelicans, Channel Islands National Park


 Raven, Crater Lake National Park




 Trumpeter Swans, Yellowstone National Park


 Duck, Olympic National Park


 Great Blue Heron, Everglades National Park


 Brown Pelican, Biscayne National Park


 Great Egret, Everglades National Park


 Grouse, Olympic National Park

 

 Anhinga, Everglades National Park


 Cactus Wren, Saguaro National Park

 

 Terns, Dry Tortugas National Park


 Bird on a Perch, Mt. Rainier National Park


 Ruddy Turnstones, Dry Tortugas National Park


 Cormorants & Anahingas, Biscayne National Park


 Raven, Petrified Forest National Park


 Soaring Ravens, Grand Canyon National Park

  


 Anhinga, Sandpipers, Biscayne National Park

  


 Gull, Voyageurs National Park


 Pelicans, Dry Tortugas National Park


 Turkey Vulture, Everglades National Park


 Gulls, Biscayne National Park


 Wood Stork, Everglades National Park


 White Ibis, Everglades National Park


 Purple Gallinule, Everglades National Park


 Néné (Hawaiian Goose), Hawaii Volcanoes National Park


 Common Loon, Voyageurs National Park






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