\u00a0From canyons and caves to waterfalls and wildlife, Indiana's wilderness is simply breathtaking. Visit Indiana's next\u00a0#The20IN20 list\u00a0focuses on the natural wonders of the Hoosier State. "There's so many natural features in Indiana to explore," said Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch. "These 20 attractions\u00a0are all great reasons for Hoosiers to see the charm Indiana has to offer." Falls of the Ohio State Park; Photo Credit: @appalachia_and_autobots See two stunning waterfalls about a mile apart at\u00a0Lieber State Recreation Area.\u00a0Cataract Falls\u00a0is the largest waterfall by volume in the state. The Upper and Lower Falls have heights of around 45 and 30 feet, respectively. Two pre-glacial bedrock ridges buried beneath ancient lake sediments of the Illinoisan developed the falls, making them true natural wonders. See for yourself why\u00a0voters chose Cataract Falls as Indiana's best waterfall. Indiana's\u00a0diverse habitats are home to over 400 documented bird species, making it the perfect place for a birding adventure. The\u00a0Indiana Audubon Society\u00a0recently created the\u00a0Indiana Birding Trail, featuring 64 great bird watching locations throughout the state. From the one-of-a-kind migration of Sandhill Cranes to rare bird sightings along with the swamp habitats of Indiana Dunes National Park, the experiences won't disappoint. Hemlock Cliffs at Hoosier National Forest; Photo Credit: Indiana Office of Tourism Development Discover the spectacular world of natural caves in Southern Indiana. The\u00a0Indiana Cave Trail\u00a0covers four unique and separate cave systems;\u00a0Bluespring Caverns,\u00a0Indiana Caverns,\u00a0Marengo Cave,\u00a0and\u00a0Squire Boone Caverns. All are entirely natural and feature distinct formations and history. You can pick up a passport at any cave. Visit all four and get a stamp to receive a free T-shirt. "These destinations will capture the attention of both residents and visitors,\u201d said Misty Weisensteiner, director of Visit Indiana. "Share your selfies from any of the lists and post your photos on Instagram with #The20IN20 for a chance to win a giveaway." Squire Boone Caverns, apart of the Indiana Cave Trail; Photo Credit: Lee Mandrell Visit Indiana will randomly draw winners every other month. Winners will receive one of the following custom items: beanie cap, golf umbrella, beach towel or stadium blanket. Plan your 2020 adventure by completing at least 20 of our 400 must-see Indiana experiences! Find out more about\u00a0The 20 IN 20 here.