The U.S. Department of the Interior's Instagram page is filled with — believe it or not — some of the most beautiful exteriors in the United States.
Instagram is a photo-sharing website, and the Department of the Interior's profile is filled with a mix of professional photography and popular pictures taken by national park videos.
Check out some of the most popular photos.
Check out this cool pic of a #bison eating snowflakes at #RockyMountain Arsenal National #WildlifeRefuge in #Colorado. Located 10 minutes from downtown Denver, the 17,000-acre #refuge is one of the largest urban wildlife refuges (@usfws) in the U.S. Rocky Mountain consists of open lakes, wetlands, prairie grasslands and woodlands and is a sanctuary for more than 330 species of animals -- including bison, deer, coyotes, bald eagles and burrowing owls. Photo courtesy of Jeannie States.
This sunset is an inspiring look into the incredible beauty of the United States of America.
The sky is ablaze with color during #sunset at the National Bison Range #Refuge Complex in #Montana. One of three refuges that make up the Bison Range Complex, Ninepipe (pictured here) rests among the prairie potholes of the Mission Valley to serve primarily as a refuge and breeding ground for native birds. Photo by Dave Fitzpatrick, @USFWS.
If this bear doesn't make you smile, then the U.S. Department of the Interior must have failed in its task.
#LakeClark #NationalPark and Preserve in #Alaska teems with wildlife -- from bears and moose to sea lions and whales. While on a boat ride on Crescent Lake, Rob Daugherty (@robswildlife) captured this stunning image of a coastal brown bear that had just finished eating salmon. “It was an epic moment to photograph him as he licked his fishy, post-meal chops,” says Rob. Photo courtesy of @robswildlife. A photo posted by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) on
Take a look at one of the must-see travel places named by National Geographic.
Named one of the must-see places for 2015 by National Geographic Travel (@natgeotravel), the #NationalMall and Memorial Parks in Washington, D.C. is full of rich history and natural beauty. Visit in March and April to see the park's iconic cherry blossoms at their peak. Pictured here is last year's peak bloom around the Tidal Basin with the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in the background. Photo by Joe Milmoe, @USFWS. #bestoftheworld
This adorable bobcat kitten knows you can't handle the cuteness!
This photo of a bobcat kitten at Hagerman National #WildlifeRefuge in #Texas is too cute for words! Located along a portion of Lake Texoma on the Texas and Oklahoma border, the 12,000 acre #refuge (@usfws) provides a variety of habitats for birds and wildlife. While migrating birds use the refuge's impoundments and fields as stop-over and wintering grounds, Hagerman's bottomland hardwoods along the creeks attract a variety of wildlife including white-tailed deer, bobcats and river otters. Photo courtesy of Anthony Lasuzzo, National Wildlife Refuge Association (@refugeassociation). A photo posted by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) on