Arizona culture and heritage will be on display at Pipe Spring National Monument in March as the park celebrates Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month.
Helping the park staff out with some of the events will be the Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians. This annual celebration provides a special opportunity for locals and visitors to learn about the prehistory and history of the Arizon
Saturday, February 18th, 2012
Most national park boundaries are fairly static, not growing or shrinking over the years.
Friday, February 17th, 2012
A group of congressmen, led by two members of Washington state's delegation, is trying to reinstate a ban against visitors carrying firearms in national parks.
A Burmese python more than 16 feet in length and tipping the scales at 140 pounds has been captured at Everglades National Park, evidence of the problem park officials face with the spread of these non-native constrictors.
The female snake was captured Monday after a park staffer came upon it while spraying non-native vegetation.