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Arches National Park
12/04/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Our baby piebald deer is all grown up... and a beauty in her own right! (gr, photo by Michael Thompson)
Arches National Park
12/01/2016 at 16:30. Facebook
“The extreme clarity of the desert light is equaled by the extreme individuation of desert life forms. Love flowers best in openness and freedom.”
― Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire (gr)
Arches National Park
11/27/2016 at 16:00. Facebook
Bill Sycalik was inspired by the NPS Centennial to run a marathon in all 59 national parks. In what may be a two year endeavor, Arches was his 23rd marathon since beginning #runningtheparks on June 18th. "I want people to experience the power of nature to renew the body and spirit." ... you are invited to join him! #FolksofArchesProject (gr)
Thankful for: “There is beauty, heartbreaking beauty, everywhere.”
― Edward Abbey #OptOutside #FindYourPark (gr)
Find that portal to your happy place; #OptOutside on November 25th. #FindYourPark (ada)
Canaigre Dock, also known as Wild Rhubarb, funnels water to its roots using waxy, ridged leaves. Visitors are often surprised to find this plant looking green and healthy very early or late in the season. (ada)
Southern Utah University students in the Outdoor Recreation in Parks and Tourism program visited Arches earlier this fall. They discussed park management challenges, unique approaches, and even had time to visit a few arches. Kudos to this next generation of park managers for their energy and ideas. (ada, photos by K. Goonan)
“May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds.”
― Edward Abbey (gr)
Ann and Bill, during Bill's 80th birthday outing in Arches. " This is far more that we expected" currently living in Kansas, originally from Canada and pleased to be here! #FolksofArchesProject (gr)
Mark your calendars for 2017's Fee Free Days! (cw) [ Nps.gov Link ] #FindYourPark

NPS Announces Fee Free Days for 2017

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Tonight's full moon will not only be the closest and brightest supermoon of 2016 but the largest since 1948. Moonrise occurs at 5:45 pm in the park and will remain visible for most the evening.

Clear Skies + Supermoon + Red Rock = Perfection #HalfTheParkIsAfterDark (mm, photo by J. Frank)
Like the glowing embers of the Furnace Fire... the Fiery Furnace, leaves many with deep feelings of wonder and awe. #FieryFurnace (gr, photo by Lance W. Ozier)
Today, we say goodbye to #StudentConservationAssociation intern, Teddie Owen. She’s worn many hats throughout the season: park guide, data-entry guru, amateur astronomer, naturalist, and inspiration for other young women like herself. Thank you for your unwavering dedication, Teddie – we tip our hats to you. Happy Trails! (mm)
Canyoneers pause in the glow of the Fiery Furnace as cool weather draws visitors to enjoy the beauty of Arches.(gr)
"What's that yellow tree?" This time of year, most people recognize our yellow cottonwoods, but they suddenly wonder about a smaller yellow tree that is overlooked most of the year: Singleleaf ash. Is there a plant where you live that only shows off in the fall? (ada)
Fall's fire sets the glow of the changing seasons. October transitions towards winter as the seasons move on...#fall (gr)
Did you know Arches National Park is home to 17 different species of bat? Some people think these night flyers are scary, but what would be scary is a world without them. Some bat species serve as pollinaters for many plants including bananas, peaches, and avocados; others can eat over 600 mosquitoes per hour. Halloween is the perfect day to celebrate bats!

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Reflecting on nature . . . sometimes there is no need for words. (ada/gr; photo by Sam Hall)
Got binoculars? You'd be amazed how many deep-space objects that can be seen with binoculars, or even the unaided eye. October is a great month to view the Andromeda Galaxy which is located a staggering 2.5 million light-years from Earth. Andromeda is a spiral galaxy much like our own and could contain up to 1 trillion stars.

This deep-sky dazzler can easily be found by locating the...
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