National Park Service Assesses Loss On Federal Lands Burned By Woolsey Fire
Monday, 19 November 2018 More than 80 percent of federal lands in the Santa Monica Mountains burned in the Woolsey Fire. National Park Service biologists are looking at what was lost and determining what may come back.
Recently a group of filmmakers filmed National Forests with drones. This is a treat, because the National Park Service banned drones years ago. They learned quickly tourists could not be trusted with them. Fortunately, the footage of National Forest is absolutely beautiful. In fact, it's a great way...
Horsetail Fall at Yosemite National Park lit up in a fiery display on February 18, as seen in this video recorded by Paul Vasquez.For about 10 days each year in February, the waterfall lights up as the..
According to Business Insider, US President Donald Trump signed off to change the name of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, to reflect its new status as a national park. The name change was part of..
A sinkhole appeared on a residential street in Hermosa Beach, California, on the morning of Thursday, February 14, after Los Angeles County received heavy rain over the previous 24 hours. More rain was..
On Wednesday night the bipartisan conference committee releeased their border security compromise. The White House is reviewing the package at the moment, and sources say President Trump is expected to..
For almost 20 years, workers and visiting school children at a Grand Canyon museum may have been unknowingly exposed to radiation from three buckets of uranium... WorldNews Also reported by •Seattle Times