Yosemite National Park Full of Wild Animals Enjoying the Area Without Humans

There are a plethora of beautiful parks and nature reserves throughout the United States. The more famous national parks are always busy with a bustling crowd. With quarantine orders in place, the park is seeing more animals than humans these days.

Yosemite National Park consists of over 1,000 square miles and has beautiful scenery all around. Visitors enjoy over 800 miles of trails within the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California. There are a variety of different animals that call the park home.

Spring and summer are the most popular times for national parks. That isn’t the case for 2020, as the majority of these parks are shut down. This gives the creatures that live there a chance to relax and explore where they usually can’t due to humans.

There are adorable young deer that are strolling along where humans would normally be walking. Coyotes are hanging out without a care in the world. You can also see a bobcat sitting next to a cascading waterfall. With sights like these, it makes us wonder if the parks should ever reopen again.

Yosemite National Park Full of Wild Animals Enjoying the Area Without Humans