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Death Valley National Park's "sailing stones" have mystified scientists for decades.
On June 30, 1864, President Abraham Lincoln signed America’s first land protection law. The Yosemite Grant protected areas in Yosemite Valley “for public use, resort, and recreation.”
Northern California's Point Reyes National Seashore was named Punto de los Reyes ("Kings' Point")
Passed in 1906, the Antiquities Act has been under attack by some members of Congress recently, but it remains a vitally important conservation tool.
Many exceptional wildlands remain unprotected or under-protected, but sportsmen, businesses and outdoor recreationists at the local level are hard at work to close the gap.
There are over 450 animal species listed as endangered and over 170 listed as threatened, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The correct answer is Death Valley National Park in California.
In light of National Parks Week, you may be interested to know that Death Valley National Park is one is the largest in the lower 48 states.
The correct answer is Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, Calif.
It's no wonder that Ansel Adams so often photographed this iconic Californian land. Yosemite boasts gorgeous meadows, towering sequoias and rock formations like quintessential half dome.
Spanish painter Salvador Dali passed away 25 years ago this Jan. 23, his name by then all but synonymous with that of the art movement he championed during the prime years of his career: surrealism.
Though it had been a national monument for more than a century prior to 2013, central California’s Pinnacles area was considered something of a hidden gem.
Congress will vote this month on a measure that would open the pristine Arctic Refuge to drilling.