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Hosted by two friends who share a passion for the outdoors and a fascination with what can go wrong there, National Park After Dark is a podcast for the morbid outdoor enthusiast. Tales of death, dark history and tragic events is what NPAD is about, but through the darkness - is light. National Parks have storied histories including epic survivals, inspiring humans and serve as physical reminders of the importance for protecting the planet. Time to lace up those hiking boots and take a walk ...
 
Interested in what it's like to be born in the middle of a Yellowstone winter or raised in the heart of Yosemite Valley? Curious about the inner workings of parks or how people establish careers with the National Park Service? Hear firsthand accounts from former and current National Park Service employees that celebrate the history of our national parks and the role they've played in lives around the world. Thanks to the Association of National Park Rangers Oral History Project for making ma ...
 
"Welcome to this special place. My name is TJ Atsye. I am a Park Ranger here at Mesa Verde National Park and I am Laguna Pueblo, a direct descendant of the people who used to live here. Please join me as we follow the footsteps left behind by my Pueblo ancestors." You can listen along in your car as you drive the six miles (10 km) of the Mesa Top Loop on Chapin Mesa, or listen on your phone as you explore the ten stops along the way. You can also follow along from your home or school to expl ...
 
The Regrowth Project is a podcast series hosted by London National Park City. The aim of the series is to inspire ideas and thinking about nature, the environment, and sustainability as we come out of lockdown - looking back to the year that we’ve had, thinking about shifts in behaviour and perceptions, and inspiring action in how we approach the future.
 
Close to the city and immersed in bushland, this walk weaves along harbour headlands, revealing spectacular views of Sydney's icons. Explore beautiful trees and interesting animals, dip into Sydney's past and watch the boats glide by. This self-guided audio tour takes you through each section of the walk. Download it to your mp3 player or phone, and take it with you on the walk.
 
National Parks Traveler is the world's top-rated, editorially independent, nonprofit media organization dedicated to covering national parks and protected areas on a daily basis. Traveler offers readers and listeners a unique multimedia blend of news, feature content, debate, and discussion all tied to national parks and protected areas.
 
Red, rocky outcrops, headlands and sheltered coves are a feature of the Light to Light walk. One of the genuine surprises of the walk is the dramatic variety of landscapes and habitats you pass through. Meander across the invisible boundaries (ecotones) that demarcate one set of plant habitats from another. As if stepping through a door, heathland gives way to tall open forests. Thick groves of tea tree or paperbark trees merge into open coastal banksia woodlands or imposing forests of wooll ...
 
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Interviews on National Park units and their gateway community destinations. Hosts are Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team on the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 411 National Park units, and publishers of Spirit of America Magazine. See www.NationalParkPlanner.com
 
In Dear Bob and Sue, authors Matt and Karen Smith share stories of their travels to all of the U.S. National Park as well as other spectacular public lands. From adventures gone awry to memorable moments and Q&As from readers, get to know the couple behind the books and get inspired to go on some adventures of your own.
 
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For the new explorer, planning a visit to a national park, or even several on a big road trip can be a daunting task. Today on America’s National Parks, we're talking with Jennifer Melroy, a national park lover who has visited nearly all of the 63 main parks and shares her tips and advice over at NationalParkObsessed.com. I talked with Jennifer abo…
 
In 1945 a sightseeing tour plane carrying American military personnel crashed into the western New Guinea jungle. The survivors spent the next several weeks trying to survive the harsh elements in a land that they knew very little about. They weren't alone though, they had landed right in the middle of indigenous tribal territory, people who they k…
 
Ben Cosgrove is a traveling essayist, composer-performer whose music explores themes of landscape, place, and environment. He has performed in almost every U.S. state and collaborated with artists ranging from rock bands to string ensembles. Ben joins us on this episode of Big Blend Radio's "Toast To The Arts & Parks" Show to talk about his music a…
 
In our Mailbag! episodes, we answer questions from listeners about the national parks, ranger-led tours, road trips, camping, backpacking, gear, relationships, and pretty much whatever anyone wants to ask us. In this episode, we cover these topics: · Some of our favorite hikes in Big Bend National Park · Our thoughts on which parks are good for pre…
 
Homestead National Historical Park near Beatrice, Nebraska, isn’t that big, just 211 acres, but as the saying goes, it plays much, much bigger. Here you’ll find the National Museum on Homesteading, historic buildings including the Palmer-Epard log cabin that despite its small size – just 14 feet by 16 feet – was home to a family of 12, along with a…
 
Alaska is a big state, and within that big state are 17 units of the National Park System spanning more than 100 million acres. Denali, Glacier Bay, Kenai Fjords, Katmai, Wrangell-St. Elias are just some of those units. But if you want to visit the parks in Alaska, how do you decide which ones to explore? Contributing editor Kim O'Connell recently …
 
Amidst the rolling hills of Baltimore County, a two-lane road cleaves the sixty-two acres that remain of a former grand estate and plantation that once covered twenty-five thousand acres. The mansion sits on the north side and the remnants of the farm to the south. It’s a storybook picture, set in the middle of what is now a busy suburb of Baltimor…
 
Whether you prefer hiking through forests, deserts, or to the top of mountains, this list covers them all. It wasn’t easy narrowing the list to just ten, but these are the hikes we find ourselves doing over-and-over again when we visit the national parks. And as a bonus, we offer alternatives to each of these trails in case you’re looking for easie…
 
In part two of the story of Dian Fossey we discuss Dian’s murder, who could be responsible, her unethical practices, and who paid the ultimate price during the messy, questionable and confusing process of uncovering the truth. Lean more about and contribute to the Fossey Fund HERE. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're o…
 
On the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park, in an opening in the piney forest, stands a fire lookout built in the 1930s. The Shadow Mountain Lookout is the only lookout remaining in the park. During a recent visit to Rocky Mountain, I followed the 5-mile-long trail to the lookout, where I ran into Barbara and John Varian and discussed both th…
 
Today we are headed to the mountains of Rwanda for part one of our two-part series on the story of Dian Fossey. Her unorthodox and sometimes volatile “active conservation” methods undoubtedly saved the mountain gorillas, but ultimately may have led to her demise. Her love for the animals and passion for conservation changed the tides for the future…
 
Climate change is materializing in various ways across the National Park System. Houses have been falling into the Atlantic at Cape Hatteras National Seashore as a result of sea level rise and shifting of the barrier island, wildfires have been raging through Sequoia, Yosemite, and Lassen Volcanic national parks, just to name three units impacted b…
 
In this episode, we share the news about Hyperion, the world's largest tree, and the attempts at Redwood National Park to keep people from making the dangerous trek to visit it. Plus, Lake Mede is receding, which is creating some interesting surprises, including possible bodies of mobsters at its depths. All that and more on this edition of our Nat…
 
Today’s stories include misleading boy scouts, guiding hands, clap backs, near death experiences and cautionary tales. All tales shared with consent. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you’re listening t…
 
If you’re interested in volcanoes, you need not go further than our national parks to get your fill. Eighty-four units of the National Park System have volcanic resources. These parks run the gamut of having very active volcanic features to those where volcanoes formed the landscape and contribute to the geodiversity of the park. The most active vo…
 
National Monuments are some of our nation’s most controversial lands. On April 26, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order to review twenty-seven national monuments, calling them “superstitious land grabs” and “an abusive use of the Antiquities Act,” suggesting he might reduce or abolish them completely. He went on to issue proclamations th…
 
In the final installment of the Season 4 Summit, and the final episode of Season 4. Mike and Dusty look at all of the hiking trails featured this season from Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and Glacier National Park. New episodes of Gaze at the National Parks will return in mid September 2022. Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.c…
 
Louis Hastings wanted to get away from the fast life of California and into a place where he felt more at peace in nature. He decided the best place to venture to would be the tiny remote town of McCarthy Alaska, a place with limited resources and only accessible by plane during the long winter months. When Louis begins to disagree with the way the…
 
After feeling betrayed by his lawyer and the Union Pacific Railroad, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid flee Utah to start a new life in South America. Their lavish lifestyles and gambling habits cause them to make a quick stop and they make a terrible mistake that leads to a manhunt to find them. Their life of crime catches up to them and sparks a…
 
Skagway earns its fame in an enthralling story, as the gateway to the Klondike Gold Rush, nearly fifty years after the California Gold Rush of 1849. It’s easy to get caught up in the daydream of the myriad pioneers and adventurers who made their fortune passing through Skagway to the abundant troves of gold waiting in the wilderness beyond. But the…
 
This week we head back to the 1800s in the wild wild west. We follow Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch gang – the most prolific bank and train robbers in outlaw history. Butch Cassidy created an extremely organized group of outlaws who spent their time fleeing authorities on horseback into the most remote areas of Utah, taking sums of money that wou…
 
In the third part of the Season 4 Summit, Mike and Dusty look at the histories and perspectives connected to Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and Glacier National Park. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Our listeners receive 10% their first month, visit www.betterhelp.com/gaze Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.com Instagra…
 
The beauty of the National Park System is that there are more than 400 units that you can choose to visit, and each has a unique perspective showcasing the United States’ history, natural beauty, or cultural richness. Fort Larned is the best-preserved Civil War-era fort in the National Park System and has more than a few stories held in the stone w…
 
Though Nancy Hershberger might be dismissed by "traditional" quilters, her patchwork designs capture a setting deserving a spot in an art gallery, or a wall in your home. True, her quilts won't cover your bed or keep you physically warm on a cold night. But they likely will bring a knowing smile to your face and possibly remind you of a place in ti…
 
Breathtaking trails through narrow canyons lie hidden in the vast desert landscapes of the Southwest. These slot canyons, as they’re called, often have walls so close that you can reach out and touch both sides of the canyon – at the same time! And in places, you might even have to squeeze through the tightest passages sideways. Why would anyone wa…
 
In the second part of the Season 4 Summit, Mike and Dusty take a look at Climate Change and its effect on the environments of Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and Glacier National Park. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Our listeners receive 10% their first month, visit www.betterhelp.com/gaze Website: GazeAtTheNationalP…
 
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