Our wilderness is under an unprecedented attack from Trump and anti-conservationists in Congress. Help us fight back.
Last year, Americans made over 292 million visits to our beloved national parks. Many of these visits were families adventuring in our country's most enjoyable places.
From the awe-inspiring contours of the Grand Canyon to the Everglades’ sweeping “river of grass,” national parks are among the iconic landscapes that define America.
The U.S. is blessed with a national park system that protects some of our most beautiful and unique landscapes—and Americans love it.
The National Park Service (NPS) and National Park Foundation launched Find Your Park on March 30 with an eye toward celebrating
After years of neglect by the federal government, our country’s conservation programs are in serious need of restoration.
A new map of the U.S. based on 1.5 million hours of acoustic data lends scientific credibility to what many nature-lovers treat as an article of faith.
Wildlands are changing rapidly due to climate change. Those of us who love them are challenged to visit them while leaving as minimal of a carbon footprint as possible.
A new free app, NPS Yellowstone Geysers, allows Yellowstone National Park visitors to track eruptions and also watch them remotely via live stream.
Now several national parks are carefully cleaning off the paint left by a vandal who gained national attention in October.
“Time-lapse” photography is the term used for shooting events at a much lower frame rate than will be used when the sequence is played back.