Samantha shares memories from a road trip stop to visit to Scotts Bluff National Monument in Gering, Nebraska
DrFumblefinger was lucky enough to spot this motmot while hiking in Arenal Volcano National Park.
Park visitors are being asked to take part in a census of species in a project to learn more about who lives in the park.
Different light and different geology. PHeymont was visiting in two National Parks only an hour's drive apart.
DrFumblefinger was driving for a weekend hike to the northern part of Banff National Park, when he spotted this black bear wandering beside the road.
"They shall beat their swords into plowshares," a philosophy that turned a military base into a valuable community resource at Fort Worden.
An odd artifact caught PHeymont's eye at Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.
At its 150th anniversary, America's oldest National Park celebrates its natural wonders and the indigenous peoples who have lived there.
DrFumblefinger was lucky enough to spot Mt. Logan, Canada's tallest peak. It is a remote mountain in the Yukon, near Alaska, with no way to access or see it but by air.
As money finally arrives for long-overdue construction and repairs, the National Parks have to balance visitors and construction projects.
America's favorite National Park takes the top spot again; surprisingly, even in the Covid era last year set a new record.
Chobe is Botswana’s first national park, and it has one of the largest concentrations of game in Africa.
DrFumblefinger makes a stop at Gibbon Falls, where the Gibbon River drops 84 feet over the old inner caldera of the Yellowstone volcano.
This delightful artists' community in Southern Arizona has a long and interesting history.
DrFumblefinger goes on a fall hike to C-level Cirque, a trail that has vivid fall colors, passes an old, abandoned coal mine, and ends in a lovely subalpine cirque.