8 Iconic American Animals for National Wildlife 

These majestic animals migrate across vast territories including Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Bridger-Teton National Forest.


The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Georgia is home to a significant population of American alligators. This refuge, overlapping with the expansive Okefenokee.

American Alligator

The James River National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia is one of several refuges established specifically to protect the iconic bald eagle.

Bald Eagle

Formerly known as the National Bison Range, Montana’s Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge is home to a diverse landscape where hundreds of bison.


The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska serves as a crucial habitat for polar bears, the largest land-dwelling carnivores on Earth.

Polar Bear

Florida’s Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge provides sanctuary for the West Indian manatee, a species vulnerable to habitat loss and human.


Alaska’s Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge is a vital stronghold for moose populations, which have become a symbol of the norther.


Once on the brink of extinction, the California condor has made significant strides toward recovery thanks to intensive conservation efforts.

California Condor