The Springerville Volcanic Field of the American West displays an ancient volcanic field that looks largely the same as when European explorers came through in the 16th century.
Cranberries, that iconic staple of Thanksgiving Day dinners, are a fruit native to North America that are grown in bogs and were eaten by Native Americans.
Fields of bright, blooming sunflowers are a sure sign of summer turning into autumn in many areas around the world where they are grown. See photos and learn about sunflowers here.
The Superstition Wilderness of central Arizona is one of the most rugged and undisturbed areas of the American West.