US National Parks Newswire (Page 3)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for US National Parks. (Page 3)

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  1. ND Permits New Refinery Near National ParkRead the original story

    Yesterday | PaintSquare

    Meridian Energy Group is a step closer to building its proposed Davis Refinery, near Belfield, North Dakota, after state officials approved a permit for the facility's construction over the objections of conservationists concerned about its proximity to a national park. The proposed 150-acre facility would sit at the edge of the Bakken and Three Forks formations, about 3 miles from Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the state's badlands region.


  2. Civil War Battlefield 'Limb Pit' Reveals Work Of Combat SurgeonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Scientists have uncovered a pit of human bones at a Civil War battlefield in Virginia. The remains are the amputated limbs of wounded Union soldiers.


  3. 'Yellowstone' boasts Costner, strong Native American co-starRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | San Mateo Daily Journal

    "Yellowstone" has everything a worthwhile Western should, including breathtaking vistas, battles over land and Kevin Costner in the lead role. There's also something rare in the contemporary Paramount Network series debuting Wednesday: prominent Native American story lines and parts, including one filled by an actor formidable enough to stand up to Costner and his ranching baron.


  4. Turtle hatchlings racing for water along Gulf beachesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Valley Morning Star

    Hatchling release times can be determined by postings on the Sea Turtle Inc. Facebook page at or by following on Twitter @SeaTurtleInc beginning at around 5:30 a.m. each morning of the hatching season.


  5. New mountain lion kittens found in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denton Record-Chronicle

    A mountain lion kitten identified as P-69 is shown June 11. This is one of four new mountain lion kittens found by researchers studying the wild cats living in California. A mountain lion kitten identified as P-69 is shown June 11. This is one of four new mountain lion kittens found by researchers studying the wild cats living in California.


  6. National Park Service researchers find litter of mountain lion kittens near Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WJOL-AM Joliet

    National Park Service researchers in California discovered that a mountain lion they've been tracking since January has given birth to a little of four kittens. The kittens - who are all female - were found recently in Simi Hills, a small habitat wedged between the Santa Monica and Santa Susana mountain ranges, the Park Service said in a press release Tuesday.


  7. 1912 Replica BiplaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Columbian

    John Sutter of Portland, Ore., left, and Fort Vancouver maintenance supervisor Travis Hudson of Sandy, Ore., right, make final touches to the full-size 1912 replica biplane before moving it to Pearson Air Museum at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver on Tuesday, June 19, 2018. The team of volunteers and Fort Vancouver staff moved the plane from their workshop just west of the Fort Vancouver stockade and down the Pearson airstrip to Pearson Air Museum.


  8. Top 5 Things to Do in CobbRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    WHAT: This Friday's feature film is "Justice League" with Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Jason Momoa.


  9. 4 baby mountain lions found in a Simi Hills den - " Daily NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | LA Daily News

    Four baby mountain lions were found in Simi Hills near the 101 and 118 freeways, leading researchers to declare on Tuesday the first kitten den in the area. National Park Service biologists have named the all-female kittens as: P-66, P-67, P-68, and P-69.


  10. $60K reward in case of Ariz. park ranger missing since 1980Read the original story

    Yesterday | World News Report

    The National Park Service has raised its reward to $60,000 in the case of a Chiricahua National Monument ranger who went missing more than 38 years ago WILLCOX, Ariz. - The National Park Service has raised its reward to $60,000 in the case of a Chiricahua National Monument ranger who went missing more than 38 years ago.


  11. They took the Eagle on VacationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dundalk Eagle

    Mike and Dee Pack of Sollers Point Road took the Eagle while visiting Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site in Alabama with family members Mike and Erika Pack.


  12. Indiana Dunes State Park a Place to CampRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fayette Advertiser

    You don't have to travel to the Gulf of Mexico or either coast to experience long, white sandy beaches stretching along the shoreline of water you can't see across. America's Great Lakes are an inland ocean, and I am particularly fond of Lake Michigan.


  13. Scientists study fish in waterways around Pictured RocksRead the original story

    Tuesday | WTOL-TV Toledo

    Scientists are studying water bodies in the area of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in the Upper Peninsula to determine what kind of fish live there. Fisheries biologist Cory Kovacs of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources says the sampling began in 2017, when staffers sampled Chapel Creek, Hurricane River, Miner's River, Rhody Creek, Towes Creek and Mosquito River.


  14. Rabbit PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Information Technology Blog

    Rabbits are common in the areas I frequent; second in number only to squirrels. If it wasn't for their preference of coming out at dusk, I suspect I'd see more of them than I do of squirrels.


  15. The Katmai bear cam is back: Watch the live stream hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Anchorage Daily News

    Wildlife lovers around the world can once again tune in to a live stream of Katmai National Park and Preserve's salmon-grabbing brown bears. Katmai National Park is home to one the world's highest concentration of brown bears, according to the National Park Service.


  16. Larry HansonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Pipestone County Star

    The family would like to invite Larry's friends and extended family to join them for a walk through Pipestone National Monument at 3 p.m. on Friday, June 29. Immediately following the walk, the family invites you to meet at Dar's Pizza in honor of Larry's life. On Saturday, June 30 at 10 a.m. an inurnment ceremony will be held at the New Woodlawn Cemetery in Pipestone.


  17. Academic Career Counselor, TRIO Student Support Services at...Read the original story

    Tuesday | Community College Journal

    Located on 35 acres of the Springfield Armory National Historic Site and founded in 1967, Springfield Technical Community College is a major resource for the economic vitality of Western Massachusetts. As the only technical community college in Massachusetts, STCC offers a variety of career programs unequalled in the state.


  18. Deprived of Humanity: From the Sand Creek Massacre to TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sierra

    My wife and I recently took a trip and did something we've been putting off for years. We visited the site of the Sand Creek Massacre.


  19. Montana Treasure: Great Falls author encouraging creativity with 'Sugarbeet Falls'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | KFBB

    In a world where expressing creativity can sometimes be frowned on, one man in Great Falls is doing his part to show children it's ok to have a different outlook. He's doing it with the help of students across the state.


  20. NEPA's seventh wonderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | The Citizens' Voice

    Access the Citizens' Voice e-Edition on your computer or smart device in its original print format. Home delivery subscribers can read it free! Digital Only Subscription Read the digital e-Edition of The Citizens' Voice on your PC or mobile device, and have 24/7 access to breaking news, local sports, contests, and more at or on our mobile apps.