The Latest News & Views

Sunday, March 25th, 2012

Saturday, March 24th, 2012

  • With no trails to follow and no clues to act upon, rangers at Great Smoky Mountains National Park are scaling back searches for two men thought to be missing in the park.

    While a limited search for Derek Lueking and Michael Cocchini will continue, full-scale searches have end

  • Though spring is breaking out across many parts of the country, in the northern Rockies winter is still the norm, and in Glacier National Park visitors are being urged to let wildlife enjoy their winter range through mid-May.

    Off-trail travel through critical winter range areas is not allowed through May 15 in specific

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

  • Two productive years of culling elk at Theodore Roosevelt National Park have achieved the park's goal of reducing the elk herd in the South Unit to fewer than 400 animals, and officials say the population can now be managed without the need of volunteers.

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  • [=black]One of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War—a key Union morale booster early in the conflict—will be commemorated with a week of special events from March 29th to April 8th, 2012.

    Situated near Savannah