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Coming to Yosemite in Jun' 11 we would love to enrol for photo workshop & starry nts. How do we book in advance and when should we do this ?
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The Ansel Adams Gallery provides the only classes that are given year round (and that has pre-registration) in Yosemite, and you can sign up for classes on their website, www.anseladams.com

The American Park Network, in conjunction with Canon, host Photography walks in several of the most visited parks in the country.  We do not have any of the current dates or locations for next Summer's sessions.  If you were looking to sign up for one of those classes, we do not in fact require pre-registration.  Our free photo walks are given 2-3 times daily, and are on a first come, first serve basis.  If you would like to know more about the dates and locations of those classes, you should return to our site in the Spring as we lock in our dates and locations for the 2011 tour. 

Lastly, I am not sure if there is a night sky program in relation to a photo program.  There are special Night Sky programs offered through the National Park Service, and can be found in the NPS Yosemite Guide.

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I know the NPS hires thru USAjobs but i was wondering is there a way to network with Rangers/parks to hear about jobs and get information.
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Rangers usually work 40 hours a week with frequent overtime and 
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