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Yosemite is home to hundreds of wildlife species and 1,000+ plant species and is known for its granite cliffs, waterfalls, and sequoias.
Yosemite National Park supports more than 400 species of vertebrates including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
The native plants of Yosemite National Park are a significant part of the exquisite beauty and biological diversity of the park.
Yosemite is a glaciated landscape, and the scenery that resulted from glaciers and the underlying rocks was the basis for its preservation.
History and Culture
Yosemite’s rich human history tells a story of conflict, dreams, hardships, adventures, and preservation of one of the first national parks.
The history of people in Yosemite goes back thousands of years.
History is written on the landscape through human structures and cultural landscapes.
A collection is a group of artifacts, archives, and/or specimens that are relevant to the park. Therefore, we have objects of all sorts!
Learn about current and past management and planning efforts, concessions management, annual reports, and more.
Last updated: September 9, 2019