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Photo Project Will Compare Past With Present At Shenandoah National Park

The act that created the National Park Service 100 years ago directed the agency to leave park scenery and historic objects “unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations.” To mark the anniversary and create a visual representation of the mission statement, Shenandoah National Park in Virginia has launched a photo project that will match historic photographs from the park with fresh images from the Park Service’s centennial year.

Birding In The National Parks: A "Big Year" In The National Parks

I’ve written a few times about the national parks I consider the best for birding, but several readers have asked which would be the best to visit to maximize the diversity of birds seen. When we talk about number of different birds seen, I always think about a big year. During a big year, a birder tries to see as many birds as possible in one calendar year within a certain geographic range, or under certain conditions.

Shenandoah, A Park For The People

In a continuing series of videos on Shenandoah National Park, this episode looks at the park as a place to play. "As our world speeds up, you can always find refuge here in Shenandoah National Park," says the National Park Service. "We live in such a fast-paced world that we can forget to play, but don't worry. You can come unwind here. From the very inception of Shenandoah, it has been a place for people to play and become rejuvenated in the natural world."

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