Winter 2008

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Threatened Vistas

Standing atop a rock-strewn mesa at Chaco Canyon, Barbara West can gaze back in time. To one side lie the Pueblo Alto ruins. On the other, is a vast expanse, cradling the very roots of Chaco civilization.

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The Swirl of Species

We live in a world of motion. John Muir knew it: “Everything is flowing—going somewhere… pulsed on and on forever like blood… in Nature’s warm heart.”

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Going Nowhere Fast

With their slender legs, oversized lungs, and big protruding eyes that can spot movement up to four miles away, pronghorn antelope are matched to the bold sweep of the American West like few other animals.

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Q&A - Looking Back

A prisoner of the Japanese-American internment camp at Minidoka recalls his time there, 60 years...

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A Silent Explosion

New legislation could put a forgotten naval site on the National Park System map.

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Recovery, at a Turtle's Pace

Padre Island National Seashore has given an endangered sea turtle a fighting chance. And it only...

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A Bear of a Problem

It's getting harder to spot brown bears in Katmai National Preserve, and nobody is quite sure why.

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The Big Green Bus

A college student spreads the word about renewable energy, and renews his own spirit in the process.

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A Modern Interpretation

Want to experience a national park? Just click, and listen.

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