Fall 2012

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Standing Guard

Meet America’s Buffalo Soldiers—some of the nation’s first park rangers.

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Coast to Coast

From Mississippi’s Gulf Coast beaches to Florida’s Atlantic shores, these national parks have more to offer than white sands and saltwater.

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Back to the Land

What on Earth does farming have to do with the Chesapeake Bay? As it turns out, everything.

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Saving the Smokies’ Bears

A bear-rescue group in Tennessee gives nature a little help.

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A Mountain to Climb

In Los Angeles, California, the parks of Santa Monica Mountains unite beneath a single banner.

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Rebuilding the Past

The National Park Service is finding new ways to preserve historic buildings that would otherwise...

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Sea Change

Everglades National Park hopes to alter the tide of climate change and, perhaps, the future of...

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The Secret Lives of Hummingbirds

Scientists and volunteers shed light on some of the most colorful and charismatic species in the...

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Angel of the Battlefield

Clara Barton’s home, just outside of Washington, D.C., tells the story of the Red Cross founder.

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