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Slideshow: 9 Civil War Battlefields You Helped Save

150 years ago this month, General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House in […]

New “FracTracker” Tool Can Help Safeguard National Parks

National parks preserve America’s priceless natural and cultural heritage for all time. But as America continues to grow and prosper, […]

The short-eared owl.

11 of the Best Bird-Watching Spots for Fall

More than 700 distinct bird species can be found in America’s national parks. Exploring this incredible array of wildlife is […]

The Hispanic Access Foundation connects Latino youth with national parks in the Southwest.

Overcoming Barriers in the Southwest

Will future generations love national parks as much as we do? It’s a question that is as old as the […]

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Explore the Oil and Gas Development That Threatens Theodore Roosevelt’s Backyard

When a young Theodore Roosevelt owned and operated a cattle ranch in the badlands of western North Dakota in the […]