National Wildlife Week in the US

This week has been declared National Wildlife Week in the US, by the National Wildlife Federation.

Since National Wildlife Week in Canada isn’t until next month, it means I get to do two ‘wild week’ posts, with this one focusing only on animals I’ve photographed in the USA.

Taking a quick count, it seems I’ve been to around 30 different American states. As far as wildlife goes I enjoyed Utah, Wyoming and Florida the most. From Yellowstone to the Everglades, here are seven wildlife photos in honour of National Wildlife Week, enjoy!


Elk in Cataloochee Valley, North Carolina

Elk Photographed in Cataloochee Valley, North Carolina


Alligator and Vultures, Anhinga Trail, Florida

An Alligator walking past Vultures near the Anhinga Trail in the Everglades, Florida


Coyote near Mammoth, Wyoming

Coyote photographed east of Mammoth, Wyoming


Harbor Seal in La Jolla, California

Harbor Seal lounging around at La Jolla Cove, California


Moose near Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Moose wading in a Watering Hole, near Jackson Hole, Wyoming


Thirsty Bison, Yellowstone National Park

A Thirsty Bison, photographed in Yellowstone National Park


Mule Deer near Bryce Canyon

Mule Deer outside of Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah


About Red Hunt

A former journalist and business analyst that now works in the world of travel marketing. Based in Toronto, Red Hunt has travelled to more than 40 countries over the past 10 years. You can follow Red on Twitter @redhunttravel.