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Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico is a wonderful place to explore the world below. The unique caverns were formed over 4 million years ago by sulfuric acid dissolving limestone -- creating long tunnels and amazing rock formations. Take a self guided tour of the Big Room or embrace adventure and follow a ranger into the deep, dark, tight recesses of this fascinating park. Photo...
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Today's U.S. Army announcement underscores that tribal rights are essential components to analysis of Dakota Access Pipeline going forward. -Interior Secretary Jewell

Read Secretary Jewell's full statement on #DAPL: [ On.doi.gov Link ]
Meet Tsuga mertensiana, lovingly known as the mountain hemlock. These flexible trees catch snowfall and shade the legendary snowpack around the caldera. Next time you're at the park, look for the trees with the droopy tops. If it droops on top, it's a mountain hemlock. You can click on the photo and look around to discover more about the incredible landscape of Crater Lake. (JD)
San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge stretches into a sea of fog, as seen from a helicopter. California’s Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which borders the bridge, is just as stunning at ground level. To the west, Kirby Cove features fantastic views and camping, while Fort Baker to the east offers crabbing, kayaking and hiking near a historic U.S. Army post. Sunset photo courtesy of...
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Lighting strikes the horizon near Horseshoe Bend, which is part of Utah’s Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The 1.5-mile hike to this tremendous curve in the Colorado River passes sparkling waters, petroglyphs and the remnants of massive ancient sand dunes. Photo by Jeremy Stevens (. #usinterior #findyourpark
Winter has come to Lake Clark National Park & Preserve in Alaska and left it wrapped in white and blue. Besides water and sky, every feature is coated with snow and frost -- obscured by a wispy fog and lingering clouds. It’s peaceful, beautiful and cold enough to make your teeth chatter. Photo by J. Mills, National Park Service.
Sentinel Bridge is one of the most famous sunset spots in Yosemite National Park and it is easy to see why. This year, give the gift of Yosemite and the great outdoors with the America the Beautiful pass, gives you access to 2,000+ national parks and other lands: on.doi.gov/pass

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Big enough to be overwhelming, still intimate enough to feel the pulse of time, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park exposes you to some of the steepest cliffs, oldest rock and craggiest spires in North America. This western Colorado landmark was sculpted by the Gunnison River and the forces of weather over 2 million years. Photo of a snowy and fog-filled canyon by Judd Clark, National...
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Bright Angel is Grand Canyon National Park's premier hiking trail. Its endless switchbacks descend in the canyon, giving hikers never-ending views that are framed by massive cliffs. Arizona’s Grand Canyon is a place of extremes -- be sure to check the weather and come prepared with water before setting out on the trail. Photo by Michael Quinn, National Park Service.
Congaree National Park in South Carolina protects a watery wonderland of old-growth forest, including some of the tallest trees in eastern North America. Travel by canoe or kayak through 15 miles of wilderness on the Cedar Creek Canoe Trail -- be sure keep an eye out for fall colors and wildlife like river otter, birds and maybe even an alligator! Photo courtesy of James and Jenny Tarpley, the...
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Wildfires are currently raging at Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Gatlinburg, Tennessee, temporarily closing the park. Recent extreme weather conditions led to the spread of fires both inside and outside of the park. Wind gusts of over 80 mph, low relative humidity and extended drought conditions caused the fire to spread rapidly, in spite of vigorous suppression efforts. Conditions...
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Nine black-footed ferrets have new homes after being released at Wind Cave National Park! Watch a video of the release here: [ Youtu.be Link ]

These ferrets, raised at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in northern Colorado, will augment the park’s estimated ferret population of 25 to 30 animals.
On a chilly morning, photographer Susan Taylor waited more than an hour to capture the perfect pastel sunrise at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. “It’s been my mission and passion to support and photograph America’s parks and public lands since I was young teen,” Susan said. The park honors President Theodore Roosevelt, who fell in love with the rugged landscape of grasslands,...
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Located in a remote and unspoiled part of northern Arizona, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument is a geologic treasure. For those who can’t get a permit to places like The Wave, White Pocket is an equally stunning place to explore -- day or night. Pictured here, the area’s unusual rock formation is crowned by the Milky Way with Saturn, Mars and the Rho Ophiuchus region all visible. Multi-image...
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This year, the best gift you can give is the great outdoors with the America the Beautiful pass. It’s the bargain of the season, with access to 2,000+ national parks and other lands for a year. But more than that -- the America the Beautiful pass is chance to create lasting memories with family and friends: on.doi.gov/pass
Big Cypress National Preserve protects over 729,000 acres of freshwater wetlands in south Florida. Together with neighboring Everglades National Park, the preserve is essential to the health of the state’s diverse wildlife and marine estuaries. It’s also a place of stunning beauty and amazing outdoor experiences. Aerial photo by John Kellam, National Park Service.
Morning greets Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming with curling clouds and snow-dusted peaks. When photographer Eric Adams noticed the weather clearing through airport windows, he rebooked his flight, rented a car and drove along the park’s Jenny Lake Road to capture this stunning scene. Photo courtesy of Eric Adams.
Arches National Park in Utah is the perfect place to snuggle into your sleeping bag and spend the night counting stars. Towering rock formations reach for the Milky Way as the magnificent landscape surrounds you in silence. Photo by Allen Utzig (.
#OptOutside to a true desert wilderness that is just a few hours outside Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas and Phoenix -- Joshua Tree National Park. This Southern California treasure offers hiking, camping, rock climbing and simply a chance to enjoy the serene desert scenery. Photo by Ben Pelta-Heller (.