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Denali National Park and Preserve

Birds And Climate Change: Study Predicts Upheaval In National Park Bird Species

They were not supposed to be there, but they were: More than 100 brown-hooded, white-breasted seabirds, along with four nests, at chilly Channel Islands National Park off California's coast. This was not balmy Baja California, which normally is the northern-most range for tropics-loving Brown boobies, but rather a windswept chain of islands with average high temperatures in the mid-60s and water temperatures in the 50s.

Ohio Congressmen Want "Mount Denali" Changed Back To "Mount McKinley"

Some Ohio politicians, indignant that President Obama would rename Mount McKinley in Denali National Park and Preserve to Mount Denali, want President Trump to change it back. Never mind that President William McKinley never set foot in Alaska and that Alaskans were all for the name change.

Park Service Cancels Contract Offers To Mountaineering Guides At Denali National Park

After granting 10-year mountaineering guide contracts to six concessionaires at Denali National Park and Preserve in April, the National Park Service has decided to void those offers and start the process anew, citing concerns from multiple groups about franchise fees and clarity around provisions in the contract.

Rhythm Of The Wild: A Life Inspired By Alaska’s Denali National Park

Kim Heacox has a long history with Denali National Park, beginning in 1981 when he was a rookie interpretive ranger. Rhythm of the Wild is a memoir, describing how Denali National Park has influenced him over three decades during which he experienced the park as a ranger, as a visitor, and as a writer-in-residence.

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