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Zoos Work With Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Parks To Boost Critically Endangered Frog Populations

Call it "frog lift." Tadpoles were emergency-airlifted from remote locations in Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks, transported to Oakland Zoo and San Francisco Zoo to be cleared of disease, raised into frogs, immunized, and then released back into their natal lakes with hopes of restoring their dwindling populations in the wild.

Fall Wildlife In The National Park System: A Quick List

Most likely, you’re well aware that Yellowstone National Park is a great destination to see elk and bison in fall, and that Glacier National Park will reward you with mountain goat and bighorn sheep sightings. But where else can you head in the National Park System, preferably someplace without so many crowds?

Two Mountain Lion Kittens Found In The Santa Monica Mountains

National Park Service researchers have added two mountain lion kittens to a long-running study of the species in and around the Santa Monica Mountains. The siblings, a female and male named P-59 and P-60, were found by National Park Service and California Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists earlier this month in the central portion of the range.