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Fellowship Will Allow Wildlife Biologist To Study Bison And Songbirds In Yellowstone

Grazing bison are nature's lawn mowers, closely cropping the grasses and forbs in national parks such as Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Wind Cave. Beyond gaining a meal, they also might inadvertently be improving songbird habitat, and Danielle Fagre hopes to be able to quantify that possibility.
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Hatch And Release At Padre Island National Seashore

During early June 2017, Traveler contributor Rebecca Latson had the privilege of witnessing and photographing several Kemp's ridley sea turtle public hatchling releases. In this article, she chronicles the work it takes to pull off a successful release and provides answers to questions involving this endangered species of sea turtle found along the Texas coast.
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Little-Known Area Of The Lincoln Memorial Could Be Opened To The Public

With the 100th anniversary of the Lincoln Memorial’s dedication coming up in 2022, the National Park Service has proposed upgrades that would allow people to view a little-known area below the memorial known as the undercroft and improve visitor services at the often-congested site in time for a centennial celebration.
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Groups Announce Plan To Challenge Delisting Of Grizzlies In Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Rising grizzly bear deaths, climate change, and the biological island that is the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem all were cited Friday when a coalition of groups announced plans to sue the Trump administration to prevent the removal from the Endangered Species List of grizzly bears in the ecosystem.
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