What an amazing year for wilderness --both in good and, well, strange ways.
New research and maps released Nov. 19 outline with new clarity the exact routes that big-game species use to migrate to winter and summer ranges.
The Wilderness Society joins the Department of the Interior in thanking veterans past and present for sacrifices made in service of our country.
Native American Heritage Month offers all Americans the opportunity to recognize and honor tribes who understood the value of wilderness long before European Americans ever laid eyes on bison or redwoods—
The benefits of wilderness and other public lands for modern-day flora and fauna are well-known, but conservation of wild places helps preserve traces of bygone life too,
It’s often been said that dogs are man’s best friends. Dogs can be great company on the trail, too.
A free mobile app is being developed for visitors to Ohio's Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
President Lyndon B.
Death Valley National Park's "sailing stones" have mystified scientists for decades.
Rocky Mountain National Park will be honoring the 100th anniversary of the park's protection for the next year, through Sept. 4, 2015.
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