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Grizzly Linked to Yellowstone Maulings Killed; Bear Management Review Planned

Grizzly Linked to Yellowstone Maulings Killed; Bear Management Review PlannedFollowing the capture and killing of a grizzly linked to two Yellowstone fatal maulings of hikers, a review of bear and wildlife management as well as visitor regulations will soon get underway by park rangers and staff.

"We are already discussing our approach to bear management and wildlife management and visitor education," Al Nash, park spokesperson, told OldWestNewWest.com Travel & History Magazine.
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California

Point Reyes 2012 Shuttle Buses for Visitors To Watch Whales Begins

Point Reyes 2012 Shuttle Buses for Visitors To Watch Whales Begins The 14th year of offering shuttle bus transportation allowing visitors to Point Reyes National Seashore in northern California easier access to watch migrating gray whales and Northern Elephant seals will begin Dec. 31, 2011.

"Winter is a wonderful ti...
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Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Visitors Will Have Grand Look at the Heavens in June

Grand Canyon Visitors Will Have Grand Look at the Heavens in June Grand Canyon National Park will be focusing on astronomy in June as it celebrates two heavenly events for visitors.

On the afternoon of June 5, 2012, there will be public telescope viewing of a rare Transit of Venus event at the South Rim's Grand Cany...
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Yosemite

Yosemite Waterfalls Flowing Again

Yosemite Waterfalls Flowing Again Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Fall, and other waterfalls in Yosemite Valley in northern California are flowing again after a series of storms over the Nov. 17-18, 2012 weekend produced just under two inches of rain in Yosemite Valley.

Yosemite Falls, whi...
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Other NPs

Heavy Rains Close Rainbow Bridge National Monument in Utah

Heavy Rains Close Rainbow Bridge National Monument in Utah Rainbow Bridge National Monument in Utah is closed indefinitely due to a trail washout after heavy rains fell in the area over the last several days, park rangers said on Sept. 13, 2013.

The damage includes a complete loss of approximately 150 feet of...
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