About a month ago, I was lucky enough to visit beautiful Acadia National Park. Here are a few facts about the park:
Acadia is the oldest American National Park east of the Mississippi River and the very first where the land was donated to the federal government.
There are over 1100 vascular plant species. These include deciduous hardwood forests and conifer forests, made up of spruce, hemlock, fir, and pine. Blueberry thickets are common as well, as are a wide variety of grasses and wildflowers.
The different species of wildlife found in the park include: 273 birds species, 40 species of mammals, 11 amphibian species, 24 fish species, seven species of reptiles, and over 6,500 species of insects.
Acadia is thought to be one of the best birdwatching spots in the country, with 338 recorded species having been seen in the area.
Jordan Pond is the deepest lake at 150 feet deep.
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