These 10 Spring Photos From The Department Of The Interior's Instagram Will Warm Your Soul

Winter was brutal, but thankfully, we're (mostly) done with the cold.

Cue spring! The Department of the Interior's rapidly growing Instagram account has been featuring photographs of America's stunning landscapes and adorable wildlife as the country thaws and wildflowers bloom. The agency overseas nearly one-fifth of the landmass of the United States, including 59 national parks.

The National Park Service, a division of the DOI, is celebrating its centennial anniversary next year with a new campaign to encourage adventurers to get out there and "Find Your Park." There are more than 400 sites overseen by the NPS (you can find one near you here), and the Interior Department manages more than 500 million acres of public lands, so there's plenty to photograph.

Take a look at the spectacular spring-themed photos posted to the Department's account over the past few weeks below. You can follow along throughout the year @usinterior.

Douglas Croft via @usinterior Instagram
Yosemite National Park
Ed Cooper via @usinterior Instagram
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
Andy Porter via @usinterior Instagram
Olympic National Park
Mary Gretchen Kaplan via @usinterior Instagram
Lake Clark National Park
Austin Leih via @usinterior Instagram
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Handies Peak Wilderness Study Area
Phillip Abrams via @usinterior Instagram
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bud Walley via @usinterior Instagram
Cedar Breaks National Monument
Katherine Hawkins via @usinterior Instagram
Lake Powell
Adam Chandio via @usinterior Instagram
Canyonlands National Park
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