Parks in the News
Efforts to convince a black bear in Glacier National Park that it shouldn't hang out around people have led to the bear's death, according to park officials.
Caution: Lakes that have been emptied for repair work can harbor deep pits of mud. A 19-year-old discovered that the hard way when she became mired up to her waist at Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Tricky Conditions Lead Zion National Park Officials to Temporary Close Middle Echo Canyon to Visitors
Too many stranded canyoneers who required help has prompted Zion National Park officials to temporary ban access to Middle Echo Canyon.
The body of a 20-year-old student from Penn State has been recovered from a deep pool in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Yosemite National Park rangers are searching for a young woman who fell into the Merced River below the Vernal Fall footbridge.
For the first time since Yellowstone National Park's gray wolf recovery program began more than a decade ago, rangers have had to kill a wolf that had become too accustomed to turning to people for food.