Yellowstone’s northern pronghorn herd is the last remaining herd in the world’s first national park and fences are currently impeding their migration routes.
The water of Florida Bay in Everglades is so shallow and clear, that fisherman can participate in flats fishing, or fishing by sight. That fragile habitat needs protection.
Bears and Wolves
After years of advocacy from NPCA supporters, the National Park Service is considering new regulations in Alaska that would put an end to objectionable bear- and wolf-hunting methods.
Our national parks provide some of the best, and sadly some of the last, remaining habitats for countless species.