Arcadia National Park By: edward aguinaga

My national park is in Acadia, Maine named the National Park of Arcadia
Heres a little history of my national park Acadia was first established as Sieur de Monts National Monument in July 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson but then was changed to Lafayette National Park in February 1919 when it became the first national park east of the Mississippi. It was not until January 1929 that it officially was named Acadia National Park. October 17, 1947, 10,000 acres of Acadia National Park burned in a fire that began along the Crooked Road several miles west of Hulls Cove. The forest fire was one of a series of fires that consumed much of Maine's forest as a result of a dry year. The fire burned until November 14, and was fought by the Coast Guard, Army, Navy, local residents, and National Park Service employees from around the country.
there a many things to see while you're there here are just some examples Cadillac Mountain, Jordan Pond, Otter Cliff, Sand Beach, an many more
there are many animals to see like there is dolphins , sea birds, herons, sandpipers and harlequin ducks and many more plants are eastern skunk cabbage, hooded tube lichen, olive Caledonia
the main problem the park has is that people like newsprint,cardboard, plastic, and glass. we can help by picking it up.

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