Across the National Park System, habitat restoration efforts seem to be ongoing daily, and specific projects can take years to complete. One such project is ongoing in Yellowstone National Park, where crews are working to restore native Yellowstone cutthroat trout to streams.
A 50th anniversary celebration is planned October 3 for the Joshua Tree National Park Association, which long has supported the park's education and interpretation mission.
Teenagers with a good eye are being invited to focus their cameras on Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park and enter the park's fourth annual Digital Mountain Film Festival.
A backcountry fee system will be implemented in Great Smoky Mountains National Park in 2013, unless a legal challenge derails it.
There's more than just changing leaves happening in America’s national parks this fall and here is a small sampling of some of the activities that are taking place during September, October, and November. Pack up the car, grab your Passport To Your National Parks® book, and spend some time exploring the parks this autumn!
An unidentified man collapsed and died Tuesday morning on the Bright Angel Trail in Grand Canyon National Park.
A body was found Monday at the base of a cliff in Mount Rainier National Park, marking the tenth fatality in the park this year.
Deer Culling To Resume Next Month In Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower National Historic Site
Deer culling operations will resume next month in Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower National Historic Site as officials continue to reduce the white-tailed deer population to prevent over-browsing of vegetation.
A man who was guiding backpack trips in Grand Canyon National Park without a permit has been fined and banned from visiting the park for a year.
The National Park Service has placed a ban on campfires in portions of Lake Chelan National Recreation Area and North Cascades National Park.