Whether people want to believe it or not, climage change is a real thing and it’s being factored into many things, such as the water supply for the Chisos Mountains Lodge at Big Bend National Park in West Texas. There’s an article about this in today’s edition of the National Parks Traveler.
To read the article, click on the image above.
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Every Sunday, the National Parks Traveler publishes a podcast about our national parks and the interesting things you can see or do, as well as the interesting things other people are doing for the benefit of our parks.
In this week’s episode, the Traveler interviews former National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis, who talks about his work with the Institute for Parks, People and Biodiversity and how the Park Service is dealing with climate change.
The Traveler also talks with Tumacácori National Historical Park’s Chief of Interpretation Anita Badertscher to learn about her park and what awaits visitors there.
To listen to the podcast, which runs about 50-some minutes, click on the image above.
Hey folks, I’m sharing this article about fall foliage photos from the National Parks Traveler. Maybe you can help as Citizen Scientists and send any film-era fall foliage photos you might have taken during visits (pre-2000) to Acadia National Park.
Click on the image above and read this interesting article to find out more.