The Latest News & Views

Monday, May 7th, 2012

  • Across the nation, people took to the national parks in late-April not only to visit, but also to roll up their sleeves. They worked on projects to improve the parks and help others learn about these special places.

    It was no different in western Pennsylvania.

  • The National Christmas Tree, located on the Ellipse south of the White House, has been lost due to complications resulting from transplant shock according to the National Park Service.

    The deceased tree was to be removed this past weekend.

    The Colorado blue spruce came from a tree farm in New Jersey and was planted on the Ellipse on March 19, 2011, and was decorated and lit nightly during th

  • The farther away something is, the more people want to get there.

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

  • A major contraction of park funding across Canada is making news and stirring angst and debate.

  • Whether you're a long-time Yosemite National Park junkie, or just planning your first visit to the park, you really need to check out this time-lapse video by Shawn Reeder.

    Mr. Reeder lives in Bishop, California, where he works as a photographer and musician.