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Tues May 12 Nat. Park News [Re: James Morrissey] #22487
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Congaree National Park News:
Congaree National Park a treat for kids and parents on a budget (Note, nice video...though it parallels the text)
If you’re looking to get back in touch with nature, there’s nothing quite like Congaree National Park.
http://www.scnow.com/scp/lifestyles/tank...a_budget/49495/
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Everglades National Park News:
Weston Eagle Scout dies on hike in Big Cypress Preserve
He was a beloved son devoted to his twin sister, an Advanced Placement scholar who was planning to enter the University of Florida and a determined Boy Scout striving to attain the rank of Eagle Scout.
http://www.miamiherald.com/news/breaking-news/story/1043161.html
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Great Smoky Mountain National Park News:
Park publishes plan to preserve logging town
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park plans to preserve part of the historic Elkmont community in Tennessee.
http://www.citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090511/NEWS01/90511019/1311

Great Smoky Mountains celebrates 75 years as the 'people's park'
Does Congress know what's going on over here?
http://www.usatoday.com/travel/destinations/affordableamerica/2009-05-07-great-smoky-mountains_N.htm
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Maine National Parks in the News (Misc. Non Specific)
Maine from A to Z
Maine presents summer visitors with so much to do it's almost hard to keep track of it all. From the sea to the mountains, the restaurants to the museums, the historic homes to the parks and preserves, the Pine Tree State has a little bit of everything. What follows are twenty-six (at least) things to do and places to see, the best of Maine from A to Z.
http://www.downeast.com/node/4975
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Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Hiking news: Rocky Mountain National Park beetle mitigation work continues
Bark beetles continue to be active within Rocky Mountain National Park, impacting large numbers of conifer trees.
http://www.examiner.com/x-2520-Denver-Hi...-work-continues

Wed May 13 Nat. Park News [Re: James Morrissey] #22488
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Big Bend National Park News:
Big Bend Fiesta Rescheduled
Get out your calendars, The Big Bend Fiesta has a new date.
http://www.newswest9.com/Global/story.asp?S=10342552&nav=menu505_2
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Everglades National Park News:
Everglades proposals: An easy-to-understand Q & A
(From Keys Net)Editor's note: We prepared this easy-to-understand question-and-answer guide to proposed changes in Everglades National Park's management plan based on published information and attendance at two comment sessions in the Upper Keys.
http://www.keysnet.com/news/story/101905.html

Anglers fret over Florida Bay regulations
Recreational fishing enthusiasts say they're worried they will lose access to the Everglades' Florida Bay because of proposals to preserve its seagrass.
http://www.timesoftheinternet.com/73226.html
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Great Smoky Mountain National Park News:
Spokesman: Bear spray illegal in park but...
As a result of the recent debate over the issue, I asked Great Smoky Mountains National Park spokesman Bob Miller to address the issue. Here's his e-mail doing that:
http://blogs.knoxnews.com/knx/silence/archives/2009/05/spokesman_bear.shtml
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Glacier National Park News:
Perils of the chicken that crossed the road
Have you ever stood at the edge of a busy street and tried to cross? It can be a tough thing. Imagine then what it is like for a wild creature to try to cross busy highways.
http://www.bclocalnews.com/kootenay_rockies/revelstoketimesreview/news/44736147.html
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Misc. National Parks News:
Senate backs allowing guns in national parks
The Senate on Tuesday backed an amendment that would allow people to carry loaded guns in national parks and wildlife refuges.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5itp2xFPxgQ4TTpiTFLZQrJpRTAXQD9850J380

Perspective: When people perish in national parks
We see the news stories and we shake our heads: Someone has died by accident in a national park. Surely that person must have done something foolish, we tell ourselves. Certainly he or she didn’t understand that the natural world can be a dangerous place.
http://www.examiner.com/x-682-National-P...-national-parks
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Outside the US/Canadian National Park News:
Life returns to Gorongosa
Devastated by two decades of war, a new conservation project is restoring Gorongosa to its former glory. And as the animals start to return, so too are the tourists
There was nothing remarkable about the couple sitting poolside, thumbing through their paperbacks and nursing their drinks. They were pale, middle-aged, their pink noses dabbed with sunscreen. When the husband rose to do a few laps, his wife turned her attention to a few bright, jewelled birds trilling in the nearby trees.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2009/may/13/mozambique-safaris-gorongosa-wildlife
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Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Crews rescue injured man at national park in Colo.
Rangers have rescued a 57-year-old man who fell while mountaineering in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park and spent 24 hours lying at the base of a glacier before being found.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hR8mdXghZHOwukI-mhCYnZnH8JTQD9855Q680
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Saguaro National Park News:
Group wants your vote for Saguaro National Park trail project
The Arizona Trail Association is requesting help in winning a $50,000 grant for a trail project in Saguaro National Park-Rincon Mountain District.
http://www.tucsoncitizen.com/daily/local/116395.php
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Yellowstone National Park News:
Preparing for the 2009 Yellowstone Summer Season: Road closures
If it's summer in Yellowstone National Park, it's time to plan your routes partially based on the road closures.
http://www.yellowstoneinsider.com/index.php?contentID=924&articleID=270

Six men cited for disturbing Old Faithful
Yellowstone National Park Service has cited six people for walking on Old Faithful after someone outside the park reported seeing them on a live park webcast.
http://www.kidk.com/news/local/44852427.html
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Fri May 15 Nat. Park News [Re: James Morrissey] #22489
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Denali National Park News:
Nasty weather doesn’t put damper on Denali Park bike ride
Even if there had been a grizzly bear digging up roots along Igloo Creek on the side of Denali Park Road on Sunday, I don’t think I would have been able to see it.
http://newsminer.com/news/2009/may/14/nasty-weather-doesnt-put-damper-drive-bike-ride-de/
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Everglades National Park News:
Wildfires threaten state
It's a race between rain and lightning. As wildfires ignite across bone-dry South Florida, there are signs that the rainy season may have started early.
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/local/broward/sfl-florida-wildfires-b051409,0,2366435.story
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Grand Teton National Park News:
Visitor Center brings life the Tetons (Beware Annoying Audio Ad)
JACKSON -- His paw didn't fit in the bison, the mule deer or the pronghorn.
http://www.trib.com/articles/2009/05/13/features/open_spaces/2557a2bdc3f0f361872575b50065699b.txt
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Great Smoky Mountain National Park News:
Smokies get $64M in stimulus funds; 1,500 jobs to be created
GATLINBURG — The Great Smoky Mountains National Park will receive $64 million in federal stimulus money, with most of the funds going toward road work.
http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2009/may/14/smokies-park-gets-64m-federal-stimulus-money/
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Misc. National Park News:
Rangers, Conservation & Anti-Violence Groups‏ Seek National Park Gun Ban
Ranger, Conservation, and Violence Prevention Organizations Call on President Obama to Keep American Families, Wildlife Safe in National Parks.
In a letter sent to President Obama today, several national park ranger organizations, the nonprofit National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), The Humane Society of the United States, Violence Policy Center, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, and the Legal Community Against Violence asked for the president’s help in stopping efforts to allow loaded rifles, shotguns, and semi-automatic weapons in America’s national parks—risking the safety of American families and wildlife.
http://www.salem-news.com/articles/may142009/park_gun_ban_5-14-09.php

What Do Guns and Credit Cards Have in Common? (Editorial)
Never underestimate the power and ingenuity of the gun lobby.
http://voices.washingtonpost.com/postpartisan/2009/05/what_do_guns_and_credit_cards.html

Senate okays loaded guns, semiautomatic weapons in Yellowstone
The U.S. Senate Tuesday passed an amendment allowing the legal holders of loaded guns, rifles and semiautomatic weapons to carry them into Yellowstone National Park as long as state and local law allowed it. The amendment to a bill restricting the rights of credit-card companies passed by a 67-29 margin, attracting 39 Republican votes, 27 Democratic votes and one independent vote.
http://www.yellowstoneinsider.com/index.php?contentID=924&articleID=273
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Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Rocky Mountain National Park proposes more Longs Peak parking
Campground would be lost to parking-lot expansion
Rocky Mountain National Park proposes more Longs Peak BOULDER, Colo. — By mid-morning on Saturdays in July -- when the weather forecast is good -- the parking spaces at the cramped Longs Peak trailhead in Rocky Mountain National Park have been full for hours and vehicles line the steep road leading up to the trail from the Peak to Peak Highway.
http://www.coloradodaily.com/news/2009/may/14/rocky-mountain-national-park-longs-peak-parking/

Man rescued after being blown off glacier in Rocky Mountain National Park
A 57-year-old man went through a harrowing ordeal this week in Rocky Mountain National Park after falling off a glacier.
http://www.skyhidailynews.com/article/20090512/NEWS/905129973/1079&ParentProfile=1067
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Yellowstone National Park News:
Bison hazed near Yellowstone National Park
WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont. (AP) More than 100 bison were hazed off Horse Butte Peninsula and into Yellowstone National Park on Thursday as part of an annual roundup to prevent the spread of brucellosis to Montana cattle.
http://cbs4denver.com/coloradowire/22.0....isonRoundup.xml

2 Yellowstone workers fired after watering geyser
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Two seasonal Yellowstone National Park concession workers have been fired after a live webcam caught them urinating into the Old Faithful geyser.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5iNfrGcynNUWA7rGsrQD5hm33Pq5wD986AACO0

APHIS official: Brucellosis-free zone could help beat disease
Declaring the United States — except for the region just outside Yellowstone National Park — free of brucellosis could be a key to finally eradicating the disease, a federal APHIS official told Wyoming legislators meeting in Powell on Wednesday.
http://powelltribune.com/index.php/content/view/990/1/

Sat May 16 Nat. Park News [Re: James Morrissey] #22490
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Glacier National Park News:
Avalanche damage assessed on Glacier's Sun Road
Glacier National Park officials say a large avalanche that slid 4,000 vertical feet and across the historic Going-to-the-Sun Road in January has caused much less damage than expected.
http://www.kpax.com/Global/story.asp?S=10373141
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Grand Canyon National Park News:
Bodies of 2 hikers swept away in Colo. River found
The bodies of two hikers who attempted to swim across the Colorado River have been found two weeks after authorities recovered the body of a teen who was part of the group.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hADJ2VDCt70T3A3j2zU0gpKLuz7wD986UG4O1
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Misc. National Park News:
Credit Card Reform Should Not Come Through a Gun Barrel (Editors Notes...(1) Already reported. (2) regardless of how you feel about guns being allowed in the park, this DOES seem like a bit of an interesting way to put allow them there and highlights how our legislative system works).
This past week, an amendment to allow guns in national parks and wildlife refuges was attached to the Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights in the U.S. Senate, reversing a restriction that has been in place since the Reagan presidency. The bill is expected to come back for a vote before the House of Representatives early next week.
http://www.imperialvalleynews.com/index....03&Itemid=1
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Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Backcountry skiers who saved Loveland climber remain modest about role in rescue
Joe Gartner and Scott McCoy skied into the backcountry of Rocky Mountain National Park Tuesday at just the right time to help a 57-year-old Loveland man hurt in a fall.
http://www.reporterherald.com/news_story.asp?ID=23142
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Yellowstone National Park News:
Yellowstone webcam catches vandals using Old Faithful as urinal (Follow-up from yesterday...LOL, I know I have said that I post it all, but this almost takes the cake).
Two concession workers at Yellowstone National Park have been fired after a webcam – installed to broadcast live streaming video of the famous Old Faithful geyser around the clock – caught them urinating into the geyser between eruptions. A park spokesman said one of the fired employees was also fined $750, placed on three years of probation and banned from Yellowstone for two years. The other employee's case is still pending.
http://ohmygov.com/blogs/general_news/ar...-as-urinal.aspx

Sun May 17 Nat. Park News [Re: James Morrissey] #22491
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As usual, lots of news in the National Parks today. I am particularly interested in the theme of human-wildlife problems that are occurring in the Yellowstone region. Having said that, it is a theme that is obviously going throughout the entire parks news today.

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Everglades National Park News:
Florida Bay proposals would restrict boating
Everglades National Park officials say powerboats have damaged seagrass that supports animal life. The fishing community is concerned the measures go too far.
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-everglades17-2009may17,0,2673372.story
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Glacier National Park News:
Glacier NP avalanche not as bad as first thought
A large-scale slab avalanche that slid over 4,000 feet from the Continental Divide across the west side of the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park caused less damaged than park officials initially thought.
http://www.montanasnewsstation.com/Global/story.asp?S=10374504&nav=menu227_8
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Grand Canyon National Park News:
Spring Prescribed Burns at Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon National Park has completed two of three South Rim prescribed fires planned for this spring. Firefighters completed ignition of the 222 acre Picnic Prescribed Fire on Wednesday, May 13, and the 319 acre Quarry Prescribed Fire on Friday, May 15, 2009.
http://www.naztoday.com/news/local-news/2009/05/spring-prescribed-burns-at-grand-canyon/
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Grand Teton National Park News:
Tucked at the base of the imposing snaggletooth peaks of the Teton Range lies a patch of protected land that once served as a Rockefeller family retreat. Here, elk wander through sagebrush meadows, bald eagles fish for cutthroat trout, and marmots sunbathe on rocks alongside peaceful, meandering trails.
http://www.boston.com/travel/getaways/us...natural_appeal/
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Great Smoky Mountain National Park News:
Museum exhibit chronicles start of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
In 1935 the National Park Service received a list of suggestions to draw tourists to the new Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2009/may/17/museum-exhibit-chronicles-park-start/

Once more ... with feeling; Alexander rehearses for Cades Cove performance
Under the stage lights of the Tennessee Theatre, U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander was taking it from the top.
http://www.thedailytimes.com/article/20090516/NEWS/305169984
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Misc. National Parks News:
U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn gun measure draws fire from foes
Opponents say U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn’s efforts to change decades-old rules for national parks could lead to loaded guns, even assault weapons, in some of the nation’s most sacred sites.
http://newsok.com/coburn-gun-measure-draws-fire-from-foes/article/3370160
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Outside the US/Canadian National Park System News:
PATAGONIA ON ICE: Peninsula couple embark on a remote and breathtaking hike through an ecological jewel
Peninsula couple embark on a remote and breathtaking hike through an ecological jewel
Notorious for its chronically temperamental weather whipped up by westerly zephyrs, endless hours of grueling overland travel, and some of the most impressive granite massifs in the world, Patagonia couldn't escape David's and my adventure radar.
http://www.montereyherald.com/entertainment/ci_12390052
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Theodore Roosevelt National Park News:
Dorgan puts foot down on elk plan
If the National Park Service doesn’t use what Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., considers “common sense” in determining its elk management plan for Theodore Roosevelt National Park, he will introduce legislation to force them to.
http://www.thedickinsonpress.com/articles/index.cfm?id=23159&section=News
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Yellowstone National Park News:
Yellowstone workers to kill problem wolf
Yellowstone National Park wildlife officials say a wolf that has chased people on bicycles and motorcycles on several occasions will have to be killed.
http://www.kxmc.com/News/377189.asp

Ask Lonely Planet: Wonders of Yellowstone
Can you tell me what sort of tours there are in Yellowstone National Park in California, or is it better to hire a car and do it ourselves? Also, how long should we allow for a visit?
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/travel/news/article.cfm?c_id=7&objectid=10572092

Livestock Interests Haze Bison off of Horse Butte
WEST YELLOWSTONE, MONTANA: The Montana Department of Livestock initiated full-scale hazing operations today to force wild bison off of cattle-free Horse Butte and surrounding public lands on the Gallatin National Forest.
http://www.newwest.net/topic/article/news_livestock_interests_haze_bison_off_of_horse_butte/C37/L37/
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Yosemite National Park News:
Springtime in Yosemite
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. — Often called "The Incomparable Valley," Yosemite is a wonder to behold and a must-see in the National Park System.
http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1,5143,705304473,00.html

Mon May 18 Nat. Park News [Re: James Morrissey] #22492
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Grand Canyon National Park News:
Services set for student in Canyon drowning
Funeral services for one of three young men who drowned in the Colorado River during a church-sponsored trip to Grand Canyon National Park last month will be held Monday, according to Marcus Williams, athletic director at Williams Field High School.
http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/story/139320
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Yellowstone National Park News:
Yellowstone bison hazed to meet deadline
Bison advocates are decrying this month's hazing of bison back into Yellowstone National Park, but officials of the agencies involved in the work say they've been more lenient than ever before.
http://www.casperstartribune.net/article...5b800210812.txt

Property owner frustrated by bison hazing outside Yellowstone Park
Rob Galanis said he is personally frustrated with state and federal agencies’ management of a portion of Yellowstone National Park’s migrating bison that he hoped to give sanctuary.
http://www.missoulian.com/articles/2009/05/17/bnews/br38.txt

Famous Painted Buffalo To Roam Free for One Last Summer
Whether you’re a long-time fan or you just “herd” of this recently, there is an attraction about to make its way through West Yellowstone for the last time. Don’t worry, you’ve still got a while to see it. I mean I don’t want you to cause a stampede or anything.
http://montanawithkids.com/yellowstone/2...ne-last-summer/

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Everglades National Park News:
Bill aims to keep Everglades free of exotic pets (Note - odd formatting. Follow article to bottom)
Water managers dispatched two experts to Washington, D.C., recently to back a controversial congressional bill targeting an Everglades problem that seems to get bigger every year.
http://www.mcclatchydc.com/226/story/68340.html

Tropical invaders become growing problem in Florida
Water managers dispatched two experts to Washington, D.C., recently to back a controversial congressional bill targeting an Everglades problem that seems to get bigger every year.
http://www.bradenton.com/news/breaking_news/story/1446831.html

Boaters, park officials clash over rules restricting use of fragile Florida Bay shallows
A decade of chasing tarpon and snook through Florida Bay's teal waters has taught Rob Clift the tricks to navigating this 600-square-mile lagoon off the southern tip of Florida where the Everglades bleed into the ocean. The bay is so shallow that a strong northeast wind in a low tide can virtually drain it, so judging depth is the key. Clift, a former guide, reads the surface for clues: mangrove seedlings, wading birds, subtle changes in color.
http://www.palmbeachpost.com/storm/content/local_news/epaper/2009/05/17/0517floridabay.html
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Glacier National Park News:
100-year avalanche damages Sun Road
A "once-in-a-century" avalanche wiped out 550 feet of guard wall along the Going-to-the-Sun Road just west of the Continental Divide, Glacier National Park officials said last week.
http://www.greatfallstribune.com/article...amages+Sun+Road
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Great Smoky Mountain National Park News:
Festival strengthens native Brook Trout, reels in tourism
Troutfest 2009 reeled in thousands of fishing enthusiasts to Townsend for the largest turnout in the event's history. The event nets dollars for Brook Trout restoration and dips another line in the water for tourists to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
http://www.wbir.com/news/local/story.aspx?storyid=87934&catid=2

Opening of new Dolly Parton musical raises $102K
The premiere of Dolly Parton's new musical "Sha-Kon-O-Hey! Land of Blue Smoke" at Dollywood raised $102.000 for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, according to Friends of the Smokies, a group dedicated to serving the national park. Parton wrote eight tunes for the show, which traces the history of the mountains -- from its first settlers to the government declaring it a national park.
http://blogs.knoxnews.com/knx/telebuddy/archives/2009/05/opening_of_new.shtml
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Misc. National Park News:
Calif. condor deaths shows lead still a problem
PINNACLES NATIONAL MONUMENT, Calif. (AP) — No. 286 had been a hopeful sign in this park's California condor restoration effort. Hatched in a zoo seven years ago, he was the old man of the program, living wild and nearly ready to breed.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5h_ms73CGXSchhWvJCljFM_lmFClwD98981LO1

Pack up the kids for an economical family vacation
Learn to spin wool and make candles. Spend a night in a tree house. Go gold panning out West or visit the nation's capital in the East. Loll on a palm-sheltered beach on an exotic island. • These are just some of the things families can do on their summer vacations this year.
http://www.tampabay.com/features/travel/article1000389.ece


Park Service to consider more biking, walking and public transportation today
Will there be more walking, bicycling and public transportation options within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area?
http://www.poconorecord.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090518/NEWS/90518012/-1/NEWS01

Interior Secretary Salazar should do more to protect Utah parks (Editorial)
Once again, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has made a decision on public-lands protection that residents of the Western Slope should celebrate.
http://www.gjsentinel.com/hp/content/news/opinion/stories/2009/05/18/051909_6A_grant_column.html
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Utah State (Misc. Non Specific) NP News:
It's official: The world's greatest arches are in Utah
Geologic spans » State is home to six of the 10 longest.
Rumors that a great arch in China could put southern Utah's natural wonders in the shade have fallen to a real-world truth: Utah rules!
http://www.sltrib.com/news/ci_12398725
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Yellowstone National Park News:
Yellowstone bison didn't cross CUT land
A piece of land north of Yellowstone National Park that's meant to serve as a pressure valve for bison leaving the park in the winter went unused during its first season under lease.
http://www.missoulian.com/articles/2009/05/19/news/mtregional/znews18.txt

Wed May 20 Nat. Park News [Re: James Morrissey] #22494
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Denali National Park News:
Into the wild, open places
The grizzly bears, mountain salmon and rugged wilderness of Alaska give Jeff Wise new respect for nature.
http://www.theage.com.au/travel/into-the-wild-open-places-20090514-b49m.html
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Utah State National Parks (Misc. Non Specific)
Hiking season 2009: The first 100 miles
It's not even summer yet and the mileage count is climbing. A dry winter and a warm spring created a lot of opportunities for early hiking this year.
http://www.examiner.com/x-2520-Denver-Hi...first-100-Miles
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Yellowstone National Park News:
Yellowstone plans sobriety checkpoints
Rangers at Yellowstone National Park will be conducting safety and sobriety checkpoints inside the park over Memorial Day weekend.
http://www.ktvq.com/Global/story.asp?S=10386908
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Hey David,

I don't think so. I did a google search and came across a couple of references, but I don't know why the distinction after reading it.

James

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