How to find a Spanish attraction in the US
A Florida resort is turning its attention to the world of wasps.
The National Park Service said Thursday that it has created a new video series that will tell visitors about Spanish attraction attractions and activities.
Visitors will be able to view a short clip of Spanish tourist attractions in the park and see the difference between a native species and a new one, including the importance of pollinators.
“This is really a very important part of our national heritage,” said National Park Supervisor Bob McLeod.
The video series will start airing in September and will be posted on YouTube.
“We really want to share the Spanish heritage with tourists in Florida and the world, and we really want people to think of what’s happening in the United States,” McLeod said.
Visitor groups are concerned about the impact of invasive species like wasps on native species.
The NPS is asking for your help to develop a short film that will highlight some of the Spanish attractions in our parks.
We really hope people will consider it when they come to visit our national parks and to see the diversity of our landscape, said John Williams, director of the National Parks Conservation Association.
The parks department said it is working with local media to produce the short film, which will also feature a Spanish speaking tourist and a Spanish-speaking biologist.
“Our parks are so diverse and there’s so many different kinds of creatures and things that you can see and hear and feel,” McDoyle said.