An "Evening at the Cape Lookout Lighthouse" is coming up on June 16 and June 17, offering visitors to Cape Lookout National Seashore an opportunity to witness a different side of the sand and surf on North Carolina's Outer Banks.
Parks in the News
Federal, state, and local wildland fire agencies and the Federal Aviation Administration are reminding members of the public not to fly “Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)” or drones over or near wildfires this season. Unauthorized UAS flights can potentially cause serious accidents and disrupt aerial firefighting operations.
A couple wanted in connection with vandalism at Grand Canyon National Park has been located by National Park Service investigators.
Denali National Park and Preserve rangers were investigating the illegal shooting of a cow moose inside the park, one that left two young calves to fend for themselves.
A 23-year-old Portland, Oregon, man enjoying the Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park with his sister was killed when he wandered nearly 700 feet off a boardwalk in the geyser basin and fell into a hot spring.
The coastal and marine ecosystem off north-central California is one of the biologically richest ocean zones on the planet, but the sea life is largely hidden beneath the water’s surface. The just opened Ocean Exploration Center at Point Reyes National Seashore provides a new, expanded exhibit space to view and learn about the area.
A subsidiary of Delaware North Co., which is locked in a trademark battle with the National Park Service at Yosemite National Park, has retained its concessions business at Sequoia National Park for the next decade.
A young man in his early 20s reportedly was seen falling into a hot spring in the Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park on Tuesday.
A study published in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases has documented evidence of “widespread contamination of habitat” in Hawai‘i caused by feral cats. This latest research has alarming implications for the endangered Hawaiian Goose (Nēnē) and other animals found throughout the Hawaiian Islands.
The National Park Service and the Florida Department of Transportation have announced the next significant milestone in the Everglades National Park restoration. On May 23, FDOT awarded a contract to joint venture team of Condotte America Inc. and Stantec for the construction of the 2.6-mile bridge and roadway project on State Road (SR) 90/SW 8 Street/Tamiami Trail.