August 30, 2012 National Park News:

Acadia National Park News:
Dunkin' Donuts Caravan Lands Drivers in Hot Water at Acadia
Acadia, apparently, doesn’t run on Dunkin'.

Crater Lake National Park News:
Threat of invasive species prompts Crater Lake National Park officials to close lake to scuba diving
Scuba divers wanting to explore the strange peat moss formations, tunnels and steep crater walls beneath the crystalline waters of Crater Lake National Park will have to wait, park officials said.

Denali National Park News
Mauled man captures last moments (Audio Interview)
The spokesperson for Denali National Park, where a man was mauled and eaten by a grizzly, says the bears don't usually inflict life-threatening wounds.

Denali residents remember longtime Denali wolf biologist
Our community bid a sad farewell to Tom Meier this week, during a celebration of his life, at Denali National Park.

Glacier National Park News:
Fall hours coming to Glacier National Park
Summer tourism season is quickly winding down at Glacier National Park, with the free shuttle to Logan Pass set end service on Labor Day.

Misc. National Park News:
Top 10 stateside safaris
Feel like getting wild? Here are some domestic destinations to consider

Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Feds seek more study on protecting rare Rocky Mountain monkeyflower
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service isn't yet convinced the "very rare " Rocky Mountain monkeyflower warrants protection as a threatened or endangered species.
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Yellowstone National Park News:
How a supervolcano can threaten Earth
It's hard not to stand in complete awe of everything the Earth has to offer when you're in the middle of Yellowstone National Park.

Jackson Hole pronghorn population near record
State biologists have counted near-record numbers of summering pronghorn antelope in Jackson Hole this year.

Yosemite National Park News:
Park service sends epidemic expert to Yosemite
The National Park Service has dispatched a top Colorado-based epidemic specialist and a Washington-based public health official to investigate the dangerous airborne disease that recently killed two Yosemite National Park visitors and potentially endangers others.