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American Lives

US National Parks: Yosemite National Parks (CA)

by Laurie Stevens & Peter Kessler, 30 July 2022

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        Introducing Yosemite National Park, with a glimpse of the valley floor area. The three-stage Yosemite Falls is one of the park's highest, visible from numerous places around the valley.

        Yosemite's meadows and wetlands contain a diverse selection of plants and animals. They are vital for deer and bears, for numerous species of bird, and for an unbelievable number of smaller creatures, all of which depend upon an amazing variety of plants.

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        Filmed by Laurie Stevens

        Video post-production by Kessler Associates

        Sound effects and background audio enhancements provided by newlocknew and tosha73 via Freesound

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        US National Parks: Yosemite

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        Images and text copyright © Laurie Stevens & P L Kessler except where stated. An original feature for the History Files.