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We are planning summer trip and were wondering if it is possible to get the Rocky Mountain, South CA, Utah, and Yosemite guides in the mail?
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Please contact us at (212) 581-3380 and we'll help you get the guides!

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What are the 10 most interesting places to experience natural history in the northwest if I only have two weeks to travel?
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Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Eco Tours, Native American History, Fossils, Geology, Flora & Fauna
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The Northwest is home to many famous, and beautiful, national parks. Depending on the route you plan to take, the following parks are great places to experience natural history with your family:

In Washington:

-Mount Rainier National Park

-North Cascades National Park

-Olympic National Park

In Oregon:

-Crater Lake Park

In Idaho:

-Yellowstone National Park

In Wyoming:

-Yellowstone National Park

-Grand Teton National Park

In Montana:

-Yellowstone National Park

-Glacier National Park

Use the Oh Ranger! Park Finder to search for smaller parks near you on your trip.

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Where can I buy just the Yellowstone Oh, Ranger! guide book?
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Thanks for your interest in our Oh, Ranger! Yellowstone National Park guide. Many park visitors love our handy little booklet. The best way to get a copy is to call us at 212-581-3380. We'd be happy to ship a copy in the mail.

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Where do I complete your survey on state parks so that I may enter to win a pair of LEKI hiking poles?
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Lost Dutchman State Park, Arizona, Ancient Cultures, Archaeology, Bird Watching, Native American History, Geology, Wildflowers, Camping
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Hi Barbara,

Thanks for your interest! The 2011 survey has been completed. We'll have plenty more opportunities to get involved with Oh, Ranger! in the future. If you'd like to stay in touch, sign up for our e-newsletter at http://www.facebook.com/OhRanger?sk=app_100265896690345.

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The Yosemite February Firefall

February 23, 2012, 1:58 pm
For two weeks in February Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park bursts into a remarkable, searing orange streak. The phenomenon occurs on the eastern edge of El Capitan during sunset as the setting rays perfectly reflect off the waterfall, creating a vivid ribbon of neon orange against shadowy granite ...

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Death Valley’s Ubehebe Crater could explode again

January 24, 2012, 6:43 am
Conditions still ripe for massive steam-magma interactions Along with heat exhaustion, flash floods, rock falls, rattlesnakes and scorpions, visitors to Death Valley may one day witness a phreatomagmatic explosion in Ubehebe Crater, one of many unusual geologic formations in the California national park. Geologists recently took a close look at the ...

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Come Explore the Wonder of Wind Cave National Park

October 12, 2011, 9:27 am
By: Heather Crowley South Dakota’s Black Hills region draws in millions of tourists every single year. Desiring to experience the best the state has to offer, a common loop involves a few distinct parks. While planning their vacations, many map out a trek to the famed Mount Rushmore, stunning Badlands ...

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October 12th means Happy National Fossil Day!

Millions of years after animals roamed the earth, we are using their fossils to learn more about the time period in which they lived. Creatures that have been extinct and exist only in our imaginations can become real through fossil reseach.

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New Quarry Visitor Center and Exhibit Hall open at Dinosaur National Monument

October 3, 2011, 1:51 pm
The Quarry Visitor Center and Exhibit Hall at Dinosaur National Monument are both open to the public as of October 4, 2011. The Quarry Visitor Center features exhibits, a theater where visitors can view a movie about the park, and a bookstore. Exhibits in the visitor center introduce visitors to ...

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