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Learn About The History Of Scarlet Macaws In The Southwest at Tuzigoot National Monument

For more than 1,000 years, Scarlet macaws have dazzled people of the Southwest. Their brilliantly colored plumage and large size inspire curiosity among those who see them. Remains of macaws have been documented in early archaeological excavations at both Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot national monuments.

Make Plans Now To Celebrate Independence Day At John Adams Home

The Founding Fathers had the radical idea that a government should be for the people. Today, America’s 400-plus National Parks represent this exact idea. Join the staff at Adams National Historical Park at the “Continental Congress” on Independence Day to debate, defend, compromise, and consider the meaning of independence.

ORV Management Plan For Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Draws NPCA Criticism

National Park Service officials have settled on an off-road management plan for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area that, if adopted, would carry adverse impacts for soils, vegetation, and paleontological and archaeological resources and lead to increased safety issues for visitors.

Joyriders Leave Tracks Across Death Valley National Park Treasures

There are a few in every national park. While most visitors are courteous and respectful of the parks and their resources, there are always a few who couldn't care less. At Death Valley National Park in California, those few drove their vehicles across both the Racetrack playa and the salt flats of Badwater.

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