Ode to a Fenceless Landscape

Protecting a Home for Wildlife on the Range

Ode to a Fenceless Landscape

By Sharon Mader, Senior Program Manager, Grand Teton Field Office Several years ago, I was driving along a snaking bend […]

VIDEO: Native Birds and Wildlife Make a Comeback at Channel Islands National Park

Yesterday, the Park Service released more good news from Channel Islands National Park. Just a few weeks after biodiversity advocates […]

The island night lizard

A Strong Recovery for the Island Night Lizard

What’s three inches long, lives on a remote island, and was just removed from the Endangered Species List? Meet the island night lizard, […]


Saving Beauty, One Ranch at a Time

New Addition Slated for Petrified Forest National Park

The first time NPCA’s Arizona Program Manager Kevin Dahl saw the McCauley Ranch at Petrified Forest National Park, he was […]

A bat in North Carolina with white nose syndrome.

VIDEO: New Park Service Series Explores White-Nose Syndrome and the Threat to Bats

Over the last several weeks, Park Service officials have made two sad discoveries affecting some of the most vulnerable animals in […]