Acadia National Park News:
Park visitor critical after fall
A 55-year-old Connecticut man remained in critical condition Thursday after he fell on the rocks near Otter Cliffs on Wednesday, opening day at the park.

Big Bend National Park News:
Will the dream of a giant park on the border be revived on Obama’s visit to Mexico?
The Big Bend Park is not complete. There may now be some movement to finish the job started in the 1930s to create one of the world's significant natural protected areas. And it's only four hours east of El Paso.

Everglades National Park News:
Everglades celebrates National Park Week, Earth Day
National Park Week and Earth Day activities are planned at Everglades National Park.

Glacier National Park News:
A walk in the parks
It’s too early for civilians. As dawn’s first light falls on the jagged peaks, creeps down the dwindling glaciers and glides across glass-faced Swiftcurrent Lake, most of the tourists in the Many Glacier Hotel are still snoozing.

Great Basin National Park News:
Great Basin National Park called ‘significant resource' by conservation association
Great Basin National Park is a “significant resource” in the national park system, according to a new assessment issued by the nonprofit National Parks Conservation Association's Center for State of the Parks. The report outlines the significance of the park and analyzes the park's overall resources and threats.

Olympic National Park seeks to curtail pollution
If you're an industry spewing 12,310 metric tons of carbon into Earth's atmosphere via a fleet of dump trucks, helicopters, passenger cars and other fossil-fueled operations, you'd be called a major polluter.

New weather tower approved for Olympic Nat Park
The National Park Service has approved a new 30-foot weather tower at Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park to improve forecasts for floods, winter storms and avalanches.

Outside the US/Canadian Parks System:
The fragile Galapagos struggles with a wave of tourism
Minutes after clambering onto the blindingly white beach that lines Española's Gardner Bay in the Galápagos Islands, Suzanne Newman settles into a transfixed crouch.

Feral goats infesting Kalbarri National Park have been targeted in a culling operation to protect fragile plant and animal communities in the unique Murchison Gorge system.

The power of Patagonia
Trekking in Los Glaciares is anything but a walk in the park
El Chaltén, Argentina–The wind must have howled, the rock and ice deathly cold as they defied gravity and scaled the granite wall.

Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Mountain News: Snowmobilers died high-marking
Yet more evidence arrives that all the tools in the world might not save you if caught in an avalanche. Snowmobilers both in Idaho and British Columbia died in recent weeks, and the stories were remarkably similar.

Yellowstone National Park News:
Yellowstone wolf found dead in northwest Colorado
A gray wolf that was tracked to western Colorado this winter after wandering about 1,000 miles from the Yellowstone region has been found dead.

Response to grizzly deaths: bear spray, education
Public land managers and biologists say more hunter education and increased use of bear spray are needed to reverse a spike in grizzly bear deaths in the Yellowstone region.

National Geographic Launches Yellowstone National Park Geotourism MapGuide
The wonders of Yellowstone National Park and neighboring Grand Teton are only the starting point of National Geographic's newest Geotourism MapGuide.

Yosemite National Park News:
Yosemite ceremonial dance case dismissed
A federal judge has tossed the conviction of a Sonora filmmaker who was accused of trespassing and doing business inside Yosemite National Park without a permit after he shot American Indian ceremonial dances there.