Batman and Robin probably won't show up, but if you're interested in those denizens of the night that flit about in the darkness, head to Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky later this month to attend the park's 5th annual Bat Night celebration.
Two grizzly cubs that were orphaned when their mother was killed for attacking and partially consuming a hiker in Yellowstone National Park will be sent to the Toledo Zoo in Ohio.
There are many iconic, and unusual, animals that call the National Park System home. At Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in Alaska, one of those residents is the muskox, a bushy-haired relative to domesticated cattle.
A grizzly sow tied to the death and partial consumption of a Yellowstone National Park hiker by DNA evidence and teeth marks was killed Thursday, while her two cubs were to be transferred to a zoo.
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Areas in Everglades National Park that are managed to maximize nesting success and minimize disturbance to nesting wading birds have been reopened to public access, including the west side of Palm Key, Frank Key Channel and Carl Ross Key. Wildlife biologists have determined that herons, egrets and Roseate Spoonbills have finished nesting in these areas for the season.
A sow grizzly and a cub were being held Monday at Yellowstone National Park while tests and an autopsy were being performed on the body of a Montana man killed while hiking through the park.
While California's struggles with drought are national news, other states are having troubles, too. At Olympic National Park in Washington, the drought has led to officials announcing an emergency closure of recreational fishing on most rivers and streams within the park beginning today.
A grizzly bear, possibly a sow with cubs, attacked and partially consumed a hiker whose body was found near a trail in the vicinity of Lake Village in Yellowstone National Park, park officials said Saturday.
The falcon nesting season is officially over at Acadia National Park. Superintendent Sheridan Steele says that the Precipice, Valley Cove, and Jordan Cliffs trails in the park have all reopened to hikers.