Flora and Fauna

Crater Lake National Park has a surprising range of plant and animal species. The park has thriving ecosystems throughout the 183,224 acres.  From the sundews of the Sphagnum Bog to the roosevelt elk at the base on Union Peak, Crater Lake has many natural gems to discover.  Explore and learn about the species that help make Crater Lake so unique.

Flora

        Moss
        Phytoplankton (163)
        Shrubs
        Trees
        Wildflowers

For a full list of flora visit the Crater Lake National Park website.

Fauna
        Amphibians and Reptiles (12)
        Birds (151)
        Fish (5)
        Insects
        Mammals (52)
        Zooplankton (11)

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Email Us:
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Write Us:
Crater Lake National Park Trust
PO Box 62
Crater Lake, OR 97604

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