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Yosemite releases a video of wild animals roaming free with no people in the national park

‘Spring has begun!’ Yosemite Park publishes video of bears, deer and other wildlife roaming free with no people in the national park during the closing

  • The national park’s Facebook page posted a heartwarming video of bears, deer and other wildlife out and about
  • Yosemite National Park said in their post, “April started with one last snowstorm and spring has really started since!
  • The video of just over four minutes shows deer grazing in the grass and a bear shooting over an abandoned roa
  • Another excerpt in the video shows a bear enjoying an empty campsite.
  • Yosemite, whose notable features such as Half-Dome draw about 4 million visitors a year, closed indefinitely on March 19

Nature in Yosemite National Park appears to thrive and survive while people remain in their homes during the California hideout.

The Facebook page for the national park posted a heartwarming video featuring bears, deer and other wildlife.

The park said in their post, “April started with a last blizzard, and spring has really started since!

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The national park's Facebook page posted a heartwarming video of bears, deer and other wildlife out and about

The national park’s Facebook page posted a heartwarming video of bears, deer and other wildlife out and about

Waterfalls are attracting, the Merced River is flowing faster, pastures are green and full of birdsong, and animals are active and taking advantage of all the new food sources that are starting to appear.

Yosemite Park said they even saw a dogwood bloom, but noted that “most are just starting to bud.”

The video of just over four minutes shows deer grazing in the grass and a bear shooting across a deserted road. Another excerpt in the video shows a bear enjoying an empty campsite.

Yosemite National Park said in their post, “April started with one last snowstorm and spring has really started since!

A clip shows a bear walking down a road to an abandoned campsite to have fun

A clip shows a bear walking down a road to an abandoned campsite to have fun

A clip shows a bear walking down a road to an abandoned campsite to have fun

“Waterfalls are attracting, the Merced River is flowing faster, pastures are green and full of birdsong, and animals are active and taking advantage of all the new food sources that are starting to emerge,” the park said in their post

Squirrels frolic among a fallen tree trunk while even more deer enjoy the unusually peaceful environment.

Even wild cats show up at the abandoned campground and sniff around a tree.

The weather remained clear and beautiful throughout the footage.

Yosemite, whose notable features as Half-Dome draw about 4 million visitors a year, closed indefinitely on March 19 at the request of local health officials for all people except park workers, concessionaires, and residents with homes within the park’s boundaries.

Dogwood flowers in the middle blood

Dogwood flowers in the middle blood

Dogwood flowers in the middle blood

Squirrels frolic among a fallen tree trunk while even more deer enjoy the unusually peaceful environment

Squirrels frolic among a fallen tree trunk while even more deer enjoy the unusually peaceful environment

Squirrels frolic among a fallen tree trunk while even more deer enjoy the unusually peaceful environment

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