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Traveler Special Report: Grand Canyon's Struggling River

Diminished flows and invasive species are redefining the character of the Colorado River as it flows through Grand Canyon National Park. For the rest of the story, and a daily dose of national park news, visit www.nationalparkstraveler.com

13th, June 2021, g:i AM

Executive Director Needed For Friends Of Virgin Islands National Park

A search is underway for an executive director for Friends of Virgin Islands National Park, a nonprofit organization that works raise funds and other resources to benefit Virgin Islands National... For the rest of the story, and a daily dose of national park news, visit www.nationalparkstraveler.com

13th, June 2021, g:i AM

A Window To Heaven: The Daring First Ascent Of Denali, America’s Wildest Peak

A Window to Heaven is a valuable addition to the extensive literature on the history of Denali. It is a meticulously researched “window” through which we can gain insight into the unusual man who... For the rest of the story, and a daily dose of national park news, visit www.nationalparkstraveler.com

13th, June 2021, g:i AM

Hunters can soon register online for Montana Game Damage Hunt Roster

HELENA – Hunters interested in participating in game damage hunt opportunities need to register online for the Hunt Roster beginning Tuesday, June 15, through MyFWP. The roster is used by Fish, Wildlife & Parks to quickly respond to landowners who are eligible for game damage assistance in the prevention or reduction of property or crop […]

13th, June 2021, g:i AM

Fishing regulations to be relaxed at Otter Creek Lake in Tama County

TAMA – The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will relax the fishing regulations at Otter Creek Lake, near Tama, starting June 15 to allow anglers to more freely harvest fish before the lake is dewatered this fall for a planned lake restoration project. The fish population will be renovated to remove common carp and […]

13th, June 2021, g:i AM

Idaho fishing ponds to be stocked with lunkers

Giant trout donated from Clear Spring Foods will provide extra excitement Anglers in the Salmon and Challis areas will see some giant trout lurking in local fishing ponds after Clear Springs Foods donated over 300 hatchery broodstock rainbow trout to Idaho Fish and Game. The trophy-sized trout, which average nearly 9 pounds, were stocked earlier […]

13th, June 2021, g:i AM

Landowners receive payment to enroll in Michigan Hunting Access Program

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Hunting Access Program is enrolling private property in portions of the southern and northeastern Lower Peninsula, as well as the eastern Upper Peninsula. To enroll, landowners should have at least 40 acres of land with some wildlife habitat (forest, brush, grassland and/or wetland). Priority for enrollment will be given […]

13th, June 2021, g:i AM

Construction Around The Parks

It’s almost the official start of summer, the weather is warming up and the snow is melting. This means the National Park System is busying itself with construction projects around the parks. For the rest of the story, and a daily dose of national park news, visit www.nationalparkstraveler.com

12th, June 2021, g:i AM

More fishing days, increased bag limit for spring Chinook

CLACKAMAS, Ore. — State fishery managers from Oregon and Washington added four retention days (June 12-15) for spring Chinook above Bonneville Dam and increased the adult hatchery Chinook bag limit river-wide to two fish during that same time period. They also added an additional Estuary sturgeon retention day (June 12) on the lower Columbia River. […]

12th, June 2021, g:i AM

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