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VIDEO: New Park Service Series Explores White-Nose Syndrome and the Threat to Bats

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Over the last several weeks, Park Service officials have made two sad discoveries affecting some of the most vulnerable animals in their care: bats. White-nose syndrome, a disease fatal to many bats, has now been documented in two new parts of the park system, Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky and Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia. [...]

Posted on: February 14 2013
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NPCA’s Favorite Trips: Tips for National Park Adventures Around the Country

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The summer travel season is here, and all 397 national parks will offer free admission this Saturday, June 9 for National Get Outdoors Day. Many of us are itching to get out into the parks for hiking, bird-watching, boating, and other adventures. Ready to try something different? Here are a few favorite destinations recommended by NPCA staff members around the country that are a little off the [...]

Posted on: June 5 2012
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