It’s July, so heat is as good a theme as any for this week’s quiz. Answers are at the end. If we catch you peeking, we’ll make you devise 101 simple experiments illustrating that heat is an unavoidable byproduct of work.
November 10 marks the 30th anniversary of National Park designation for Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The past few weeks have been busy at the park, which has staged a bison roundup as well as a celebration of Theodore Roosevelt’s 150th birthday.
High gas prices are causing many motorists to travel less and choose destinations closer to home. Do motorists who visit national parks also drive less inside the parks? Visitor data from North Dakota’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park suggest that this might be happening.
Don't expect a final decision this year on how the booming elk populations at Theodore Roosevelt or Wind Cave National Parks will be brought under control. National Park Service officials say they don't expect to have the National Environmental Policy Act process completed before year's end for either park.
A 500-megawatt power plant proposed to be built roughly 60 miles from Theodore Roosevelt National Park has been pulled off the table due to uncertainties over how pending climate-change legislation will impact carbon dioxide emissions.
Though most Americans hardly ever glimpse them, wild horses are synonymous with the American West. From John Wayne Westerns to The Electric Horseman, the iconic horse gallops across our memories, wild and free. But how did they arrive in the West? And how have we coexisted with horses?