Summer 2014

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Untold Stories

The Park Service strives to tell the history of all Americans, but one group has gone almost entirely overlooked.

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Sketching the Smokies

Walt Taylor heads to the mountains with paper, pens, and paint.

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Drilling Down

Fracking adjacent to Theodore Roosevelt National Park is changing the landscape. And a whole lot more.

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A Wing and a Prayer

Want to spot a Colima warbler in the United States? Head to Big Bend National Park—and cross your fingers.

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Raising the Bar

Massimo Vignelli died in May, but his design lives on in the national parks.

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Good News for Spelunkers

Oregon Caves National Monument Could Get Bigger.

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The View from Everywhere

CyArk uses cutting-edge technology to preserve historic sites in virtual reality.

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Flight Tracking

At Governors Island National Monument, biologists are discovering how birds navigate through New...

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A Way With Words

The Franklin Court Printing Office in Philadelphia highlights Benjamin Franklin’s early career.

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