Winter 2012

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Mathew Brady, the War Correspondent

If you’ve ever seen a portrait of a Civil War soldier or the landscape of a battlefield just after the cannon-fire has been silenced, then you’re familiar with the work of Mathew Brady. Now meet the man behind the images.

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Let’s Take This Outside

Students and scientists team up to document every living thing in Saguaro National Park.
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Hunkered at the Gateway

A seasonal employee in Denali National Park decides to stick around, and sees a completely different side of Alaska.

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Let's Take this Outside

Head to Saguaro National Park in Arizona to experience a 24-hour BioBlitz in 5 minutes. Join...

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In Harm’s Way

NPCA moves to prevent fracking near Delaware Water Gap until likely impacts are revealed.

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A Shoreline Rescue

The National Park Service fights to bring Great Lakes’ piping plovers back from the brink.

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Jazzed

After some tough times, a national park in the Big Easy is hitting some high notes.

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Maiden Voyage

Do archaeological sites in the Channel Islands reveal a coastal migration into the Americas?

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Something in the Water

Every year, the New River Gorge National River in West Virginia draws more than 1 million...

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The Wright Stuff

You know the Wright Brothers were the first to fly, but do you know the rest of the story?

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