US National Parks Newswire (Page 5)

US National Parks Newswire (Page 5)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for US National Parks. (Page 5)

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  1. Black history: Lessons America must not forget: Larry WilsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Pasadena Star-News

    If, as a confirmed West Coaster, I had to visit Washington, D.C., during these creepy early days of a foolish and incompetent occupant of the White House, at least I should get hold of our nation's capital's hottest ticket. But how, you might ask, could I score a ducat for the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture when the latest update on its website notes that regular entries for the hoi polloi are not available until June? Well, it helps for the polloi to have connections with the movers and shakers.


  2. New York man rescued after spending five nights lost in Great Sand Dunes National Park and PreserveRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    A New York man was rescued Thursday evening after spending five nights lost in southern Colorado's Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. Bryan Skilinski was found just over a mile south of the park's visitor center.


  3. Seashore's Playalinda entrance closing for Saturday's launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

    The Playalinda entrance to Canaveral National Seashore will close Saturday morning for a Falcon 9 rocket launch from the SpaceX launch pad at Kennedy Space Center's former shuttle launch site, Pad 39A. It's a new protocol for the seashore, said acting superintendent Steven McCoy, who just arrived at the park about a week ago.  The seashore has recently reevaluated its ability to keep its staff and visitors safe during an emergency preparedness review, in response to static fire tests and launches on the nearby launch pad at Kennedy Space Center, the news release stated.


  4. Yosemite road closuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sierra Star

    The Big Oak Flat Road in Yosemite National Park will be closed daily from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. between Crane Flat and Foresta due to storm-related road damage. Visitors entering Yosemite from the Big Oak Flat entrance will not have access to Yosemite Valley during the closure hours.


  5. INL, Vietnamese researchers finish first-ever nuclear cooperation programRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Post Register

    Vietnamese nuclear researchers Dung Manh Ho, Phuong Dong Huynh, and Giang Nguyen discuss what they've learned at Idaho National Laboratory during their four-month stay. Taylor Carpenter / Vietnamese nuclear researchers Dung Manh Ho, Phuong Dong Huynh, and Giang Nguyen pose for a portrait with Corey McDaniel, Idaho National Laboratory's director of international and commercial cooperation, in the Center for Advanced Energy Studies on Wednesday.


  6. Man wanted in Florida arrested in Townsend following overnight manhuntRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Times

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials said Noah Jefferson Davis, 35, was arrested around 3:30 p.m. in Townsend. Jamie Sanders, GSMNP executive assistant, said Davis is wanted out of Putnam County, Fla., on a warrant for parole violation.


  7. New Yellowstone Science Highlights Native Trout ConservationRead the original story

    Friday | Yellowstone National Park

    The latest issue of Yellowstone Science focuses on the efforts to restore native fish to Yellowstone National Park waterways. The articles provide opportunities to anyone who wants to learn more about the critical role native fish play in this dynamic ecosystem.


  8. Maple Sugar Time Festival at National LakeshoreRead the original story

    Friday | Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

    Enjoy a taste of spring at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore's 39th annual Maple Sugar Time festival. In addition to the free, ranger-led tours of the sugaring operation at historic Chellberg Farm, a pancake breakfast will be available for purchase from the Chesterton Lion's Club.


  9. Naturalist To Lead Upper Cape Birding ToursRead the original story

    Friday | Falmouth Enterprise

    Mr. Hanlon has worked for the National Park Service on Cape Cod and at Yellowstone National Park, for the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, and as a coastal shorebird monitor for the Massachusetts Audubon Society. Participants will meet at the Green Briar Nature Center in East Sandwich and travel by passenger van to scope out wintering birds along the coastal shoreline, in local woodlands, and on freshwater ponds.


  10. Death Valley Tours And The SuperbloomRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PR Log

    Visiting Death Valley this year may provide visitors with the opportunity to witness a rare occurrence known as a "superbloom." This is where millions of flowers bloom at once in the desert due to perfect weather conditions.


  11. Weekend Warmup: 13 Ways to Enjoy the Spring-Like DC WeatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NBC Washington

    Last weekend was supposed to be a mini-spring here in DC... but Mother Nature didn't quite deliver. That's OK, though, because it looks like she'll redeem herself this weekend! Roosevelt Island Parkrun: Lace up your sneakers and head outside to burn some calories.


  12. TFWC Commission Sets 2017-18 Waterfowl Hunting Seasons; Elects New OfficersRead the original story

    Friday |

    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission established the 2017-18 waterfowl and other migratory bird hunting seasons at its February meeting.


  13. Little River Canyon paddle trips to return in MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WHNT-TV Huntsville

    The Little River Canyon National Preserve has released dates for upcoming paddle trips to take place in the backcountry portion of the preserve. This section of Little River has easy paddling with level one and two rapids.


  14. Two MIHS Speakers Not to MissRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Coastal Breeze News

    Top off a day of sun and sand with a Marco Island Historical Society lecture at Rose History Auditorium. The lectures, which start at 7 PM, are free to members of the Society and $10 for nonmembers.


  15. Avalanche risk very high in Alberta, B.C. mountains, Parks Canada says in special warningRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBC News

    Parks Canada is warning backcountry users to be extra careful this weekend in the mountain parks of Alberta and British Columbia because of dangerous avalanche conditions. "Over the past week these regions had a major avalanche cycle where numerous large avalanches ran well into the run out zones," Parks Canada said in a release.


  16. Park Sets Visitation Record in 2016Read the original story

    Friday | Great Smoky Mountains National Park

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park welcomed over eleven million visitors in 2016. Throughout the year, the park encouraged people to experience the park in honor of the National Park Service Centennial.


  17. Arkansas hog farm gets tentative approval for new permitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Log Cabin Democrat

    The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality had tentatively approved a new permit for a hog farm near Mount Judea. The Arkansas Democratic-Gazette reports that the department on Wednesday issued a draft for its decision approving the permit for C&H Hog Farms.


  18. An Anniversary to Remember: The Pendleton RescueRead the original story

    Friday | Cape Cod Times

    Tomorrow marks the 65'th anniversary of the wreck of the Pendleton. Sixty-five years ago, thirty two seamen aboard a sinking tanker were rescued during a ferocious storm by four Coast Guardsmen.


  19. Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference essay: Edward Osborne Wilson: The Real 'Ant Man'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Dallas Morning News

    People might associate "Ant Man" with Marvel's comics and films, but in fact, Edward Osborne Wilson is today's "Ant Man." He tracked the evolution of ants and wrote many books about his findings.


  20. News Social Justice Forecast For February 17-25Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MTV

    Far too many people's freedom and safety depend on the stroke of a president's pen. But as Trump signs away immigrant rights and protections for trans people, we must remember that we will outlast the ink on those pages.