The National Park of American Samoa has released four postcards that illustrate the beauty of American Samoa and the national park’s significance. The postcard images include Samoan culture, fruit bats, coral, fish, and Pola Island.
These are the first postcards approved for sale by the national park. The park and its non-profit partner, the Hawaii Natural History Association, produced these vivid color, high-quality, glossy postcards.
The National Park of American Samoa was established in 1988 to preserve the coral reefs, tropical forest and archeological and cultural resources of American Samoa, to maintain the habitat of fruit bats, and to provide educational opportunities for visitors and residents. National park lands and waters are leased from villages and the American Samoa government through a long-term agreement with the National Park Service.