Bryce Canyon National Park News:
Dark nights, bright future
The impact of light pollution is much more than obscuring pretty stars.
Lighting up the night sky is the bane of astronomers. But it also wastes millions of dollars a year in energy costs and is harming human and animal health.

Death Valley National Park News:
Park Service Protests Big Solar Expansion in Nevada Desert
The National Park Service is sounding an alarm about plans for scores of big solar power plants in Southern Nevada, according to an inter-agency memo posted today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). NPS predicts harm to national parks in the region due to water scarcity, habitat disturbance, air pollution, sound pollution and light pollution lightening night skies.

Glacier National Park News:
Glacier Ntl. Park expecting good year
Glacier National Park ranks as the eleventh most visited park in the United States, and officials there say they expect to have a very good season, despite with the current economic crisis.

Misc. National Park News:
Guns-in-Parks Rule on Hold Indefinitely
The Obama administration will accept a federal judge’s ruling that blocked implementation of a rule allowing loaded firearms to be carried in national parks. While the National Park Service (NPS) goes back to the drawing board, the 26-year-old ban on guns in parks will go back into effect.

Junior Ranger programs captivate young park visitors
The best souvenirs are free.

Olympic National Park News:
Olympic National Park wants to become a showplace for green
Wind-powered generators have been installed, and a shuttle bus system is being considered for the park.

Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Storm leaves nearly 4 feet of snow in Rocky Park
Parts of Rocky Mountain National Park have nearly 4 feet of new snow from last weekend's spring storm.

Yellowstone National Park News:
Yellowstone unveils wireless communication plan
Old Faithful cell tower would be moved

15 bison die in 3 collisions close to park (A couple of days old, but I did not see it initially).
Maureen Edgerton was "rejoicing" that she was almost home Saturday night after a long drive from Missoula to West Yellowstone when her car collided with a herd of bison on Highway 191.

Yosemite National Park News:
New cabins available at Yosemite's Evergreen Lodge
New cabins are available for visitors to Yosemite National Park at the 1920s-era Evergreen Lodge.