Summer 2013

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Wood Blocks & Water Colors

View Yosemite through the eyes of Chiura Obata, a Japanese-American painter from another era.

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Elwha: A River Reborn

In 2012, the decades-long fight to restore the natural flow of Olympic National Park’s Elwha River came to a victorious end, and two Seattle Times journalists captured it all.

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A Bird’s Eye View

Armed with a pair of binoculars, a guide book, and help from local experts, a writer embarks on her first birding expedition in Big Bend National Park.

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On the Map

Two new national monuments celebrate American heroes forged during the nation’s darkest times.

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Mission Outdoors

Sierra Club program provides healing and camaraderie for war veterans.

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Dangerous Territory

Wyoming officials are under the mistaken impression that they can sanction a wolf hunt on park...

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Dress Rehearsal

An emergency at the Grand Canyon provides plenty of lessons for Park Service staff and other...

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Frozen in Time

Prehistoric ice patches in Glacier and other parks are revealing fascinating new evidence of...

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Desert Storm

Fort Bowie, Arizona, was the site of bloody clashes between Union troops and Chiricahua Indians...

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Shifting Tides

After centuries of being hunted throughout the northern Pacific, sea otters have staged a...

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