Glacier NP:
Glacier National Park sees dip in visitors
A late opening of Going-to-the-Sun Road and record-high gas prices were among the reasons Glacier National Park saw fewer visitors in 2008.

Houndsman cited after dogs enter Glacier park
WEST GLACIER, Mont. (AP) - A man who used hounds for hunting received a federal citation for allowing his dogs to enter Glacier National Park.

Misc. Parks News:
U.S. Senate moves to increase wilderness lands
The U.S. Senate voted to pursue a sweeping bill to expand wilderness areas in the nation on Sunday, Jan. 11.

Outside of the US/Canadian Parks System:
More than 600 elephants found in Malaysian park
BANGKOK, Thailand: Researchers said Thursday they have found a surprisingly large elephant population in Malaysia's biggest national park after new survey techniques revealed a community of more than 600 animals.

Yellowstone NP:
Wolf numbers in Yellowstone Park decline
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. -- As the Interior Department announces it will again take wolves from the endangered species list in Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone officials report the number of wolves declined last year in the park by 27 percent.

Yellowstone bison cull may be unwarranted
Brucellosis risk overblown, says Santa Cruz researcher
SANTA CRUZ - Last winter's slaughter of more than 1,600 bison near Yellowstone National Park may have been unnecessary.

Zion NP:
Record attendance at Zion National Park helps businesses
Even with a down economy, businesses in one Utah town are doing quite well. That's because their economy has been better than ever thanks to Zion National Park.