Updated: Parks Beyond Borders: Can Africa's Elephants Survive Poachers, Ivory Markets ... And The Internet?

Wildlife-based tourism is vital to the economy of several African nations, but a surging demand for ivory is putting some elephant populations at risk. Can the animals in and out of the continent's national parks survive the combined power of poachers, ivory markets--and the Internet?

Grand Teton National Park Crews Finish Another 6.5 Miles Of Pathway For Walkers, Joggers, Cyclists

Exploring Grand Teton National Park is getting easier if you like to take your time by walking or cycling. Visitors to the park this summer will have more than 20 miles of multiple-use pathways to use to avoid vehicles as they enjoy Grand Teton.

Yellowstone's Ecosystem History is Written in the Bones of Long-Dead Animals

A "death assemblage" study in Yellowstone National Park has confirmed that skeletal remains accumulating on the ground provide accurate information about the park's ecological history.

Is The Florida Panther Up Next For Extinction?

With word last week that the Eastern cougar has been declared extinct by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, it leaves just one native panther species alive in the East -- the Florida panther that resides in Big Cypress National Preserve and Everglades National Park.
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