National Park Service
Climbers have abandoned roughly 66 tons of feces on Mount Denali, and it’s just waiting to reemerge.
Between the loss of revenue and the lack of staff, important wildlife conservation work done by the National Park Service has been put in jeopardy.
The government shutdown has left national parks understaffed as skeleton crews work to keep visitors and natural heritage safe.
Mountain goats in Olympic National Park are obsessed with human urine and are now a public nuisance.
The so-called "white civil rights" rally is going to be held on the anniversary of "Unite the Right," too.
A wild desire to preserve one of Utah’s most famous natural monuments almost destroyed it.
Dozens of documents outlining how national parks will address climate change were removed from the agency’s website this month.
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'Yikes, This Is Bad Press': Internal Emails Show Federal Employees Asking Why a Climate Scientist's Meeting With Mark Zuckerberg Was Canceled
New unpublished documents from the US Geological Survey reveal the agency had no role in squashed meeting between its climate scientist at the Facebook CEO.