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NWF Picks: Top Wildlife-Watching Spots

January 26, 2011, 6:35 am
Throughout its 75-year history, the National Wildlife Federation has fought to safeguard hundreds of habitats critical to sustaining the nation’s wildlife. Many of these places also turn out to be excellent places to see wild animals. Here are ten of NWF's favorite destinations, where visitors can get good looks ...

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Grizzlies Making Strong Comeback In Yellowstone

January 24, 2011, 11:44 am
Grizzly bear numbers are up at Yellowstone National Park, which means that encounters between bears and humans are also up. The Yellowstone Ecosystem Subcommittee met today in Bozeman to discuss recovery numbers. It's a group made up of state and federal agencies that oversee wildlife in the areas in and ...

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Top 10 Cartoons in National Parks

December 15, 2010, 10:09 am
When we saw the previews for the new Yogi Bear movie in 3D we became nostalgic for cartoons of our childhood, especially those that took place in national parks. We've spent the last few days trolling the internet for some of these animated gems, including everything from Donald Duck ...

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Grizzly Chases Buffalo at Yellowstone

November 4, 2010, 9:22 am
We just stumbled upon some amazing photos of a grizzly bear chasing a bison along the road in Yellowstone National Park. A passer-by heard the sound and stopped to capture 14 amazing photos of the chase in action. The bison, which had burn wounds on its body, likely from Yellowstone's ...

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Adirondack Park

Encompassing one-third of the total land area of New York State, the Adirondack Park is unique in the United States. Within its boundaries are vast forests and rolling farmlands, towns and villages, mountains and valleys, lakes, ponds and free-flowing rivers, private lands and public forest. The Adirondacks are known for ...

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okpiglove...
How do I view hiker"s pictures that were sent in online?
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I think you may be referring to photos posted as part of the Hi-Tec YOU program.  If so, click here

http://www.ohranger.com/you/photos


Thanks!  And keep 'em coming...

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sue kilpa...
We want to go to the Tetons in late Oct. Is the park still opened ? Where is the most natural place to stay? One of us is disabled.
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The Grand Teton National Park is open all year long with the exception of Christmas day.  The only available places available to stay inside of the park in October are camping sites.  I would recommend staying within the nearby town of Jackson. Travelocity has a lot of great deals for hotels in Jackson.  You can search their website by going to: http://www.travelocity.com.  

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Rangers usually work 40 hours a week with frequent overtime and 
weekend work in the summer when the use of the parks increases.  
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