US National Parks by endemic species

Enter the name of a US national park in which all the listed species can be found
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Last updated: January 4, 2020
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Roadrunners, saguaro cactus, horned lizards, gila monsters
Elk, mountain bluebird, pika, lodgepole pine
Rocky Mountain
Caribou, moose, black bear, white spruce
Denali/Gates of the Arctic/Kobuk Valley
Humpback whale, harbor seal, wolf, hemlock
Wrangell-St. Elias/Glacier Bay/Kenai Fjords/Lake Clark/Katmai
Manatee, alligator, great blue heron, mangrove
Ponderosa pine, beaver, porcupine, pacific tree frog
Crater Lake/Mount Rainier/Olympic/North Cascades
Bottlenose dolphin, fishermans bat, iguana, soursop
US Virgin Islands/Dry Tortugas
Bison, pronghorn, douglas fir, prairie rattlesnake
Yellowstone/Grand Teton
Cave crayfish, river maple, opossum, bat
Mammoth Cave
Jackrabbits, coyote, joshua tree, kangaroo rats
Joshua Tree/Grand Canyon
Mosquito, loon, lady slipper, walleye
Voyageurs/Isle Royale
Polynesian gecko, sheath-tailed bat, sea turtle, coconut palm
American Samoa
Red river mudpuppy, fish crow, grey fox, hot-water algae
Hot Springs
Island fox, catalina cherry, island fence lizard, deer mouse
Channel Islands
Desert bighorn, blond tarantula, roadrunner, desert chicory
Death Valley
Bobcat, coho salmon, banana slugs, redwood
Badger, woodpecker, giant sequoia, sierran tree frog
Sequoia/Kings Canyon
Yellow-bellied marmot, peregrine falcon, mountain juniper, yucca
Great Sand Dunes
Elkhorn coral, yellow-crowned herons, grey snapper, manatee grass
Hawksbill turtle, koa'e kea, kamehameha butterfly, ground orchid
Hawaii Volcanoes/Haleakala
Sandpiper, sea star, balsam fir, periwinkle
American black bear, flying squirrel, river otter, american chestnut
Great Smoky Mountains/Congaree
Raccoon, wood duck, woodchuck, ohio buckeye
Cuyahoga Valley
Bison, pronghorn, plains garter snake, western wheatgrass
Badlands/Wind Cave
Rio Grande silvery minnow, desert cottontail, diamondback rattlesnake, cottonwood
Big Bend
Scrub jay, turkey vulture, western collared lizard, pinyon pine
Arches/Canyonlands/Mesa Verde/Capitol Reef
Rock squirrel, ringtail cat, mexican spotted owl, mormon tea
Zion/Bryce Canyon
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