Channel Islands National Park Superintendent Russell Galipeau has announced the damaged pier at Scorpion Anchorage on Santa Cruz Island in California has been replaced and is open for visitor landings.
Channel Islands National Park
Channel Islands National Park reopened Santa Rosa Island to visitors on Wednesday after nearly 3,000 pounds of marijuana, believed to be linked to a smuggling attempt, were recovered last week.
It's hard to imagine that mammoths roamed the territory now protected by Channel Islands National Park, but they did during the previously Ice Age. And recent discoveries, particularly a mammoth tusk unearthed in 2014, point to mammoth history dating even further back than previously thought.
Discovery of "numerous bundles of marijuana" on Santa Rosa Island at Channel Islands National Park has led officials to temporary close the island to visitors.
Breeding bird populations at Channel Islands National Park off the coast of California have undergone “dramatic changes” over the past 40 years due to multiple conservation efforts, according to a researcher.
A team of scientists has unearthed an exceptionally well-preserved fossil of a complete mammoth skull from an eroding stream bank on Santa Rosa Island within Channel Islands National Park off the California coast.
Study: Light Pollution From Within Southern California’s Coastal National Parks Steady Or Decreasing
A study has found that the amount of light pollution produced within Southern California's three coastal National Park Service units has not significantly changed, and in one case has decreased, over the past two decades.
Much was made earlier this year when the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that three subspecies of the Channel Islands Fox had make a remarkable recovery from the brink of extinction, but one of the species' low genetic diversity could pose grave problems for the animals.
After two previous clutches failed to hatch, a pair of bald eagle chicks have appeared in a nest in Sauces Canyon on Santa Cruz Island at Channel Islands National Park off the California coast.
In what the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is calling "the fastest successful recovery for any Endangered Species Act-listed mammal in the United States," the agency is proposing to remove three subspecies of the island fox native to the Channel Islands from ESA protection.