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National Parks Traveler has long been fueled by writers and photographers who volunteer their work as a way of expressing their passion for the parks. We have no major corporate underwriter that funds our travel, web design and maintenance, or pays our phone, Internet, or electric bills.

While we do have a growing number of advertisers and sponsors who help us make ends meet, we also rely on readers who share our love for the national parks and appreciate a website that focuses solely on national parks.

You can show your support for the Traveler, and our parks, with one of our fresh-off-the-press National Parks Traveler bumper, window, or rocket box stickers. Measuring 8 inches by 2-and-a-quarter-inches, these attractive stickers can be yours for $5 each.

Why support the Traveler?

We are the top-rated, editorially independent website dedicated to covering national parks, and only national parks. Over the years we've brought you stories about roughing it at Cape Lookout National Seashore, stayed atop the long-running debate of winter recreation in Yellowstone National Park, explored the fate of wolves at Isle Royale National Park, looked into the needs of museum space and resources within the National Park System, taken you to Austria and aboard the Rocky Mountaineer en route to Jasper and Banff national parks in Canada, and led you down the trails of many parks.

Can you think of another website that offers this content, along with details on search-and-rescue missions, book reviews, park puzzlers, and lodging coverage?

In short, we're asking you to help us so we can help you enjoy national parks and stay informed about the issues that confront them.

Help us spread the word of the Traveler and grow more advocates for the national parks! Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope along with a $5 check to National Park Advocates, P.O. Box 980452, Park City, UT, 84098, and we'll get your sticker in the mail.


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