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Yellowstone National Park
01/17/2021

Yellowstone National Park

In honor of the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., Yellowstone and other NPS sites will have free admission this Monday, January 18.

Traditionally a day of service across the country, various parks are offering virtual visits and programs this year to honor the life and legacy of Dr. King. Learn more at: https://www.nps.gov/subjects/npscelebrates/mlk-day.htm.

Photo: Parhelion and rime ice at Upper Geyser Basin (NPS / Neal Herbert)

#MLKDay2021 #FindYourPark #EncuentraTuParque

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2G7l6QcaQ1M&list=PLofYCR94t5ETeHJBrC0uzFktklImoNs_wMAKE SOME POPCORN AND ENJOY YOUR EVEN...
01/17/2021
MP intro video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2G7l6QcaQ1M&list=PLofYCR94t5ETeHJBrC0uzFktklImoNs_w

MAKE SOME POPCORN AND ENJOY YOUR EVENING WATCIHHG THIS SERIES:

Here are some videos on how the National Parks were created. As the past often repeats itself, you may want to watch this series to be ready for possible future events. It will take trillions of dollars and many years to repair the damage from the environmental disasters we are likely to face. Though it is possible to go back to a safer environment governments will have to hire thousands, creating wonderful job opportunities.

California State Parks
01/01/2021

California State Parks

In coordination with the San Benito County Public Health Department, Hollister Hills SVRA is temporarily fully closed, effective at the end of the day today. ICUs are filling up and we need to do our part to prevent California from experiencing a surge on top of a surge. The park will reopen when the Regional Stay at Home Order is lifted for the San Joaquin Region. #StopTheSurge #COVID19

Tim Timberlake
12/20/2020

Tim Timberlake

Yellowstone National Park
12/11/2020

Yellowstone National Park

News Release: Superintendent Cam Sholly announced today the selection of Mike Tranel as the new deputy superintendent of Yellowstone National Park. He will arrive in the park in early February 2021.

Tranel, a 35-year veteran of the National Park Service (NPS), is currently the superintendent of the Powder River Group and oversees Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Little Bighorn Battlefield and Devils Tower national monuments and Fort Laramie National Historic Site. He has served in that position since 2018.

As deputy superintendent, Tranel will essentially serve as the chief operating officer of the park. Yellowstone is one of the largest operations in the NPS with 750 employees and a total budget exceeding $65 million.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Mike and his family to Yellowstone,” said Superintendent Sholly. “Mike has managed a wide range of complex operations and programs spanning Alaska to Washington, DC. He has also worked very successfully across boundaries with many partners, something essential to Yellowstone’s success.”

Learn more at: go.nps.gov/20048.

Sarcastic Eccentricity
12/09/2020

Sarcastic Eccentricity

12/08/2020
5-Minute Crafts

5-Minute Crafts

Simple and useful life hacks for any camping trip. 😉

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival
11/04/2020

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival

We're honoured to be screening 20 World Premieres at this year's virtual festival! If you'd like to make sure you catch some of these films, check out the list below and have a flick through this gallery. You can find what program films are playing in here → http://bit.ly/finalists20.

These films are all available for viewing now or will be tomorrow. Stay tuned for a second post this week profiling our other 10 World Premieres!

1: Ocean to Asgard
2: Project Wild Women (InspireCrew | Kopal Goyal)
3: Beyond the cliché
4: The Elder (The Winter) (Tim Kemple)
5: Anay Kachi: The Salt Workers of the Peruvian Andes
6: A Plea for Refuge
7: A Few Steps From Home (El Flamingo Films)
8: Silks (James Frystak)
9: Ten Thousand Bolts (Ashley Benzwie | Duncan Sullivan)
10: Pushed Up the Mountain

10/21/2020
BuzzFeed News

BuzzFeed News

Why this woman decided to live in her car.
Plus, what it’s like to be a college student right now.

10/21/2020
Health+

Health+

Healthy Habits for Weight Loss

Wanderlust West
10/17/2020

Wanderlust West

🥘🍳

10/17/2020
Jiggin' With Jordan

Jiggin' With Jordan

I convert my truck into the ultimate truck camping set up! 🏕

10/15/2020
Aurora Borealis Observatory

Aurora Borealis Observatory

Listen to the beautiful Trollstigen River in Norway 😍😍

@alhaqab201

10/15/2020
BuzzFeed Video

BuzzFeed Video

This creator showcasing her personal experience of living without a permanent residence.

*While the person in this video uses the term "homeless", BuzzFeed acknowledges that this creator is choosing this lifestyle and not everyone has this opportunity or priviledge

Via:
instagram.com/nikitacrump/
tiktok.com/@nikitaraschell
youtube.com/user/raschell91

10/13/2020
KSL Newsradio

KSL Newsradio

WATCH: A cougar charged a man multiple times for over 6 minutes during his run through Slate Canyon near Provo after encountering her nearby cubs.

We've got more information about what to do if you find yourself in a close encounter with a big cat here: https://kslnewsradio.com/1934995

(@kunkyle | IG)

Best New Gear for Backcountry Camping
10/03/2020
Best New Gear for Backcountry Camping

Best New Gear for Backcountry Camping

From a basic compass to a GPS beacon to a Ducati dirt bike, this is the best new camping gear for overlanding off the beaten path and into the backcountry.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
09/29/2020

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Fall colors + crisp air + less crowds = prime weekday camping conditions!

Whether you're searching for serene spaces to brainstorm the next big idea, on the hunt for close-to-home field trips or just in the market for more campsite options, consider booking a weekday camping trip this fall.

Toss on that business casual flannel and make Monday your favorite day of the week! Book a weekday campsite, today: https://wisconsin.goingtocamp.com/

Off Grid Living & Eco Homesteading
09/24/2020

Off Grid Living & Eco Homesteading

This school bus ‘tiny house on wheels’ conversion is AWESOME!!! 😍😳(@going_boundless)

Cracker Page #2
09/23/2020

Cracker Page #2

So much to celebrate, Michigan Trails Week needs eight days
09/23/2020
So much to celebrate, Michigan Trails Week needs eight days

So much to celebrate, Michigan Trails Week needs eight days

There are many good reasons – more than 13,000 – that Michigan continues to build its reputation as the Trails State. Whether you’re into hiking, biking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, off-roading or paddling, it’s pretty easy to find a trail nearby. Michigan offers 13,000 miles of state-ma...

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
09/13/2020

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

This fire adapted ecosystem continues to perform as it has for thousands of years. Currently, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks have two wildfires, Rattlesnake and Moraine Fires, burning in designated wilderness.

Did you know…
• When a fire starts in a national park site, fire manager's number one priority is the protection of life and property
• If a fire is human caused, this park reacts with a full suppression response. The two fires currently burning were naturally caused by lightning strikes and the park is utilizing minimal impact suppression techniques or MIST
• Climate change has altered fire behavior from a fire season to a fire year
• Many parks have fire effects monitors, a team of scientists who observe the long-term study of an area in regards to fire, both before and after fire passes through an area. These folks study the microclimates and biomes in each ecosystem
• A little bit of support now may prevent a lot of smoke later

Most importantly, have a plan for any natural disaster! Practice “Ready, Set, Go”

For more information on Ready, Set, Go, please visit www.readyforwildfire.org/prepare-for-wildfire/ready-set-go/

For more information on air quality, please visit fire.airnow.gov/ or www.nps.gov/seki/learn/nature/airqualityinfo.htm

For more information on the Rattlesnake Fire, please visit inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7131/

For more information on the Moraine Fire, please visit inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7089/

Photo Description: (Left, Moraine Fire) small flames burn the ground fuels in a forest and the sky is orange tinted with smoke. NPS/Nauert. (Right, Rattlesnake Fire) aerial view of a smoke column rising out of a canyon filled with green trees. NPS/Theune

Bridger Peaks Photography
09/11/2020

Bridger Peaks Photography

September 6, 2020: “THE Autumn Call of the Wild"

There are many “Calls of the Wild”…. a wolf howling, an eagle screeching, a coyote yipping, but THE autumn call of the wild is the Rocky Mountain bull elk bugling during the September elk rut. An unforgettable sound that resonates right through you!

This image of a bull elk bugling was during the 2018 NPEG Yellowstone Country in Autumn Groupshoot in Montana.

I am putting the final touches on the 2020 NPEG Yellowstone Country in Autumn Groupshoot. Crisp colder temperatures, and mountain snow are on the way with the colors of Autumn to follow.

Best,
Mark

Mountain Journal
08/23/2020

Mountain Journal

Bierstadt? No, a Steven Fuller photograph at sunrise along the Yellowstone River in Hayden Valley—an image to match the surrealities of this never-ending moment.

Zion National Park
08/22/2020

Zion National Park

Leapin' lizards! Only a few weeks left to catch our Summer Distance Learning programs! But don't lose your tail - there's still time to register. So pick up your sketch books, sing-a-long, and get ready to meet a very special, and hairy, guest!

Distance Learning programs are offered Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays at 1:00pm MT and 2:00pm MT. Registration is free and can be found on our website - link below! Programs are appropriate for Jr. Rangers of all ages. We can't wait to sing, draw, and dance with you soon!
Registration is now open for fall curriculum-based programming.

Zion Distance Learning:
https://www.nps.gov/zion/learn/education/distance-learning.htm

#ZionNationalPark #JuniorRanger #DistanceLearning #StemforKids #WildlifeWednesday

Grand Teton National Park
08/22/2020

Grand Teton National Park

We are never alone in Grand Teton National Park. We share the frontcountry and backcountry alike with lots of other critters--even bears! Keep your eyes out for the signs--prints in the mud, claw marks on trees, and scat!

1) Prints—While bear prints are pretty unmistakable, distinguishing between grizzly and black bears can be tricky. A couple of tricks: black bear claws are short (1-2" long) and toes are more spread out in a curved line while grizzly bear claws are long (2-4") and toes are closer together in a straight line. What species of bear do you think this track belongs to?

2) Claw marks—Bears scratch on trees and leave their scent to attract mates and let other bears know that this is their territory.

3) Scat—Remember that bears are omnivorous and scat will look different depending on the season. In the spring, scat tends to be fibrous, tubular, and filled with vegetation, insect parts, and animal remains. When berry season hits in the summer, scat tends to be in loose blobs filled with seeds and berries but can also contain the remains of other food sources.

Whether you are just stopping by a viewpoint, enjoying a picnic, hiking, or camping in Grand Teton, it’s important to know what to do to prevent or deescalate an encounter with a bear. Please follow this link to our website about how to safely recreate in bear country if you are planning a visit: https://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/bearsafety.htm .

You could save a bear’s life by being educated before an encounter!

#TetonSafe #MyGrandTeton #FindYourPark #EncuentraTuParque

NPS Photos/S. Textor

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