Wildlife and Habitat

Pronghorn

Yellowstone’s northern pronghorn herd is the last remaining herd in the world’s first national park and fences are currently impeding their migration routes.

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Fisheries

The water of Florida Bay in Everglades is so shallow and clear, that fisherman can participate in flats fishing, or fishing by sight. That fragile habitat needs protection.

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Birding the Battlefields

NPCA uses Audubon's Christmas Bird Count to draw attention to the natural beauty and wildlife habitat of Civil War parks around the country.

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Wildlife Facts

Our national parks provide some of the best, and sadly some of the last, remaining habitats for countless species.

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