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What do you call a bird balancing on a rock in the Hillsborough Bay with the Tampa skyline looming in the distance?
Loggerhead Light

Originally named the Dry Tortugas Light, the Loggerhead Light, which stands 150 feet, was first illuminated on Loggerhead Key in 1858 and was fully operational until 1982, when it was finally retired.
Atop Fort Jefferson looking down at the moat that surrounds it.
Inside Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson, an unfinished military fortress built on Garden Key in the Dry Tortugas is the largest brick masonry structure in the US. It is composed of over 16 million bricks. Here are a few of them.
The Most Photographed Barn in the World

The T.A. Moulton Barn is the best barn. Believe me. There is no other barn that barns like the Moulton barn.
Old Faithful Prairie Dog

This little guy keeps the crowds entertained while they wait for the geyser to erupt.
The narrow road wound around the yellow stone mountainside.
Let me follow the trail where the buffalo roam.
Let a silver cloud sail where the settin' sun shone. - Chant of the Wanderer
The American Bison is the national mammal of the United States. Just before 1900 these magnificent beasts almost became extinct, their population dwindling to approximately 300. Now, thanks to conservation efforts and the National Park Service, they have resurged to over 360,000.
What did the buffalo say to his kid before he left for college?
Bye, son.
Midday view of the unique travertine terraces at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. Travertine is formed from very hot water rising through limestone. It's colorful stripes come from thermophiles, heat-loving microscopic organisms.
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone

The Yellowstone River drops 308 feet into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. This photo is taken from Artist Point and offers a view of the falls and surrounding cliffs. There is also an access point to the brink of the falls at the point where the river makes the drop.