Breathtaking Photos of America from the U.S. Department of Interior’s Carefully Curated Instagram

The U.S. Department of the Interior manages the most breathtaking lands in America and they have the photos to prove it. From the adorable bear cubs of Delaware's Water Gap National Recreation Area to Maine's Acadia National Park and New Mexico's glistening white sands, it seems that this department has plenty of material to work with. What's most interesting about their Instagram account is that viewers can see just how vast America truly is. Each and every state has an incredible amount of natural beauty that changes as the seasons go by. This certainly makes for a photography series that Mother Nature would be proud of.

Above: Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.

Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC by Drew Garaci

Glacier National Park, Montana by Kevin LeFevre

Eastern Screech Owl by Graham McGeorge.

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado by VIP Schonlau

Arches National Park, Utah

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco by Justin Kern

Kings Canyon National Park, California

Tidal Basin, Washington DC by Joe Milmoe

Arches National Park, Utah by Jacob W. Frank

Alaska Volcano Observatory, Alaska

Cape Hatteras National Seashore, North Carolina by Sharon Canter

San Bernard Refuge, Texas by Keith Ramos

Water Gap National Recreation Area, Delaware by Keith Frerichs

Mt. Rainier National Park, Washington by Bob Kim

Denali National Park, Alaska by Daniel A. Leifheit

Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska

Baby Desert Tortoise by scientist K. Kristina Drake

Glacier National Park, Montana by Zack Clothier

Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, Hawaii by U.S. Geological Survey

Tularosa Basin, New Mexico by Donna Schneider

Upper Yosemite Fall, California by Yosemite National Park

Female Great Horned Owl by Dennis Demcheck

Acadia National Park, Maine by Xavier Cohen

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