Banff National Park News:
Happy 125th Banff National Park
It's a great achievement for a country when any national park turns 125 -- but Banff National Park's big birthday signifi es much more than the protection of one swath of mountains for generations of Canadians.

Great Smoky Mountain National Park News:
Teamwork Pays Off in Three Mass Casualty Incidents at Great Smoky Mountains NP
Incidents with multiple injuries can present a test for emergency services even in cities, but such situations can be especially challenging in the rural or remote areas found in many parks. Teamwork and advance planning paid off when Great Smoky Mountains National Park experienced three mass casualty incidents during a recent five-day period.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park News:
Theodore Roosevelt National Park Junior Ranger Day this Saturday
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is recruiting Junior Rangers to spend a day discovering the park’s wild inhabitants.

Yellowstone National Park News:
Yellowstone griz deaths comparable to past years
Ten grizzly bear deaths have been documented in the Yellowstone Ecosystem so far this year, a rate comparable to past years.

Scientists Counter Brucellosis Threat to Livestock and Wildlife
Armed with dart guns and medical pellets, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists are vaccinating bison in and around Yellowstone National Park against brucellosis.

Bison dies of anthrax on Turner ranch
The state Department of Livestock says a yearling bison heifer on Ted Turner's Flying D ranch has died after being exposed to naturally occurring anthrax.

Park fire moving north
A suspected human-caused fire in Grand Teton National Park near Leigh Lake continues to torch trees on its north flank as ground and helicopter crews work to snuff out the blaze.

Yosemite National Park News:
Fall kills Stanford student who loved to climb
Christina Chan was an experienced rock climber who never passed up the chance to scale mountains. She told friends after one arduous excursion, "It was like chocolate!"