Alaska, with its cold temperatures and diverse wildlife, is the coldest state during June, with a population of 732,673 residents and stunning natural beauty.
Washington, located on the northwest coast of the United States, experiences cold temperatures during June, with a population of approximately 7,785,786 people and diverse wildlife including river otters, beavers, and dolphins.
Idaho, known as the "Gem State" and a major potato producer, experiences cold temperatures during June, with a population of 1,939,033 residents and diverse wildlife including pronghorns and Peregrine Falcons.
Oregon, known as the "Beaver State," experiences diverse temperatures during June, has a population of 4,240,137 residents, and is home to wildlife such as mountain lions, sea otters, and great horned owls.
Wyoming, with its stunning landscapes and two national parks, experiences varying temperatures in June, has a population of 581,381 residents, and is home to wildlife such as bison, whitetail deer, elk, and wild horses.