what animals can you see ?
American Alligator Florida, Louisiana, North & South Carolina, Alabama & Georgia
Grizzly/Brown Bear British Columbia, Alaska, Montana, Utah & Wyoming
9 Banded Armadillo Texas, South Carolina, Florida & Nebraska
Black Bear Alaska, British Columbia, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, North Carolina, Tennessee & Ontario
California Sea Lion California, Alaska, British Columbia, California & Central Mexico
American Flamingo Bahamas, Cuba & Florida
Northern Elephant Seal California
Grey Wolf Canada, Alaska, Wyoming, Idaho & Montana
Cougar British Columbia, Southern Alberta, California & Texas
Jaguar Panama, Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras & Belize
Two & Three Toed Sloth Costa Rica
Howler Monkey Costa Rica, Panama & Mexico
Ocelot Honduras, Panama, Costa Rica, Mexico, Texas & Arizona
Polar Bear Alaska & Manitoba, Canada
Bald Eagle They are found across the USA but are most prevalent in Florida, Wisconsin, Washington, Oregon & Alaska
top wildlife spots to visit
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA With breathtaking landscapes and near guaranteed sightings of grizzly bears, wolves, bison, otters & mountain lions it is a dream come true for any wildlife photographer.
Everglades National Park, Florida, USA Famous for its acres of grass marshes & resident alligators this park also has Florida panthers, American crocodiles & some species of sea turtle for you to find.
Churchill, Manitoba, Canada (Known as the polar bear capital of the world, Churchill is one of only a few human settlements where you can see polar bears in the wildwith a variety of ways to watch these magnificent creatures on offer its a must do for any big bear fanatics.)
Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica (Known as the most biologically intense place on earth you can see all four of Costa rica's monkeysas well as jaguars, macaws, crocodiles, Sloths & the infamous harpy eagle.)
Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica (With dense rainforest, white sand beaches & stunning coral reefs this park has something for everyoneit is also one of the best places to spot the two & three toed sloths in the wild.)