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2 hrs ago | Daily-Jeff.com
The number of Cuyahoga Valley National Park visitors has slipped, dropping the northeast Ohio spot from 10th to 11th among the most-visited U.S. national parks.
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7 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Here is the latest entry in my Appreciation of Oregon series. As I dig into my personal archives to share some of my favorite pictures from some of my favorite places, I'll also share a story or two.
11 hrs ago | Marin Independent Journal
Lucho Rossi gets ready to walk dogs on a trail on Monday, July 15, 2013, in Tiburon, Calif.
15 hrs ago | KUAD-FM Windsor
The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission continues the free 2014 History Brown Bag Series held on the 4th Thursday of each month from January through October, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m., at the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th Street.
The House of Representatives is closer to renaming a Yosemite National Park peak after Jessie Benton Fremont, putting the 19th century activist and political spouse into a 21st century tussle.
The family of a woman who was beaten to death, before her body was dumped at the foot of Colorado National Monument, gasped with joy and applauded in court as a Mesa County judge announced the maximum sentence in the case.
Federal officials say a wolf that fled from Isle Royale National Park and was found dead on the Minnesota mainland had been shot with a pellet gun.
With the ice caves about to be closed the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore has provided an updated Ice Caves Fact Sheet with questions and answers: What are the Ice Caves? There are intricately carved sea caves along the Mainland Unit of Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
Documents detailing the protection of wading birds before the establishment of Everglades National Park are being digitized at the University of South Florida.
Mount Rainier National Park managers will then close the sledding area so they can reassign staffers to other duties as the park begins the transition from winter operations.
Downtown Baltimore is getting a little greener this week as it readies for an Irish celebration Sunday including a mass, race and parade.
President Barack Obama has signed a bill designating 32,557 acres of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore as protected federal wilderness, the final step for a proposal that has been debated locally for more than a decade.
Addressing a 54-mile stretch of the Tuolumne River that runs through the park, designers of the plan say they focused on a smaller area that draws a lot of interest from visitors.
Its gorgeous historic buildings downtown, free music venues, Appalachian art center and lofty nearby peaks are all perfect for travelers looking to please their senses without spending a dime.
If there is an expert on runaway bamboo, it has to be Dorothy Geyer, a natural resource specialist with the Colonial National Historical Park in Virginia's Yorktown and Jamestown.
Where can you drive, and even walk, on the beaches of Cape Hatteras National Seashore this spring? You'll soon know, as Seashore crews will be identifying prenesting areas for piping plovers, Wilson's plover, American oystercatchers, and other colonial waterbirds.