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National Park After Dark

Audioboom Studios

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Hosted by two friends who share a passion for the outdoors and a fascination with what can go wrong there, National Park After Dark is a podcast for the morbid outdoor enthusiast. Tales of death, dark history and tragic events is what NPAD is about, but through the darkness - is light. National Parks have storied histories including epic survivals, inspiring humans and serve as physical reminders of the importance for protecting the planet. Time to lace up those hiking boots and take a walk ...
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National Park Service Oral History

National Park Service Oral History

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Interested in what it's like to be born in the middle of a Yellowstone winter or raised in the heart of Yosemite Valley? Curious about the inner workings of parks or how people establish careers with the National Park Service? Hear firsthand accounts from former and current National Park Service employees that celebrate the history of our national parks and the role they've played in lives around the world. Thanks to the Association of National Park Rangers Oral History Project for making ma ...
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The Regrowth Project is a podcast series hosted by London National Park City. The aim of the series is to inspire ideas and thinking about nature, the environment, and sustainability as we come out of lockdown - looking back to the year that we’ve had, thinking about shifts in behaviour and perceptions, and inspiring action in how we approach the future.
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Close to the city and immersed in bushland, this walk weaves along harbour headlands, revealing spectacular views of Sydney's icons. Explore beautiful trees and interesting animals, dip into Sydney's past and watch the boats glide by. This self-guided audio tour takes you through each section of the walk. Download it to your mp3 player or phone, and take it with you on the walk.
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"Welcome to this special place. My name is TJ Atsye. I am a Park Ranger here at Mesa Verde National Park and I am Laguna Pueblo, a direct descendant of the people who used to live here. Please join me as we follow the footsteps left behind by my Pueblo ancestors." You can listen along in your car as you drive the six miles (10 km) of the Mesa Top Loop on Chapin Mesa, or listen on your phone as you explore the ten stops along the way. You can also follow along from your home or school to expl ...
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Red, rocky outcrops, headlands and sheltered coves are a feature of the Light to Light walk. One of the genuine surprises of the walk is the dramatic variety of landscapes and habitats you pass through. Meander across the invisible boundaries (ecotones) that demarcate one set of plant habitats from another. As if stepping through a door, heathland gives way to tall open forests. Thick groves of tea tree or paperbark trees merge into open coastal banksia woodlands or imposing forests of wooll ...
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National Parks Traveler is the world's top-rated, editorially independent, nonprofit media organization dedicated to covering national parks and protected areas on a daily basis. Traveler offers readers and listeners a unique multimedia blend of news, feature content, debate, and discussion all tied to national parks and protected areas.
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Join Ash and John from Dirt In My Shoes as we explore America’s National Parks! We’re taking you around the national parks and talking about our favorite things, fun facts, adventures, and trip planning. Expect big laughs and fantastic information as we tour the parks together. Let’s start exploring!
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In Dear Bob and Sue, authors Matt and Karen Smith share stories of their travels to all of the U.S. National Park as well as other spectacular public lands. From adventures gone awry to memorable moments and Q&As from readers, get to know the couple behind the books and get inspired to go on some adventures of your own.
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Gaze At the National Parks

Dustin Ballard and Michael Ryan

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Dustin Ballard and Michael Ryan hike the trails of America’s National Parks. Each episode features one hiking trail in one National Park, one park at a time. Join them as they climb to terrifying heights, cross miles of desert, and hike through the forests of these public lands.
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Mike and Dusty sit down and chat with Lise Aangenbrug of the National Park Foundation and here about their work with the National Park Service and the intersectional programming they create for community groups. To find our more about their work, visit NationalParks.org Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks #gazeat…
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Today’s stories include hooting in the wrong places, being at the right place at the right time, being Bigfoot, seeing Bigfoot, hot springs horror, ghost relatives and honestly, probably too much poop talk. Outsiders Only bonus stories available for Patreon and Apple Subscribers! We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out…
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It’s that time of year again — time to start thinking about Yellowstone National Park! In this episode of Exploring the National Parks, we discuss the amazing wildlife that can be seen in Yellowstone. The wildlife in this park is incredible. It’s the North American Safari! Join us as we explore the top spots in Yellowstone to see wildlife, with a s…
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In our Mailbag! episodes, we answer questions from listeners about the national parks, ranger-led tours, road trips, hiking, camping, backpacking, gear, relationships, and pretty much whatever anyone wants to ask us. In this episode, we cover these topics: · An overview of some of the closures within the national parks this year, · Suggestions for …
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The Zion Canyon Visitor Center is one of the greenest buildings in the National Park Service inventory. In this episode, we take a look at how it cools without air conditioners, heats without a furnace, and more. Plus, as park visitation grows, how a second visitor center on the other side of the park could improve the visitor experience. Use promo…
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Spur a discussion about traveling to a national park for a vacation and odds are that it will revolve around getting out into nature, looking for wildlife, perhaps honing your photography skills, or marveling at incredible vistas. Will the discussion include destinations that portray aspects of the country’s history, or cultural melting pot? Equati…
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In this episode, we're taking a look at the new EXPLORE act, passed by the US House of Representatives and on its way to the Senate, that will establish new bike trails, new accessible trails, ease concessionaire permitting in National Parks, and more, along with revamping the rules that pretty much shut down filming videos in national parks over t…
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Mike and Dusty travel to Arkansas and hike the Hot Spring Mountain trails on the east side of Hot Springs National Park. Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventureisoutthere Hosted by Dustin Ballard and Michael Ryan Episode Editing by Dustin Ballard Original Artwork…
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Today we talk all things dinosaurs! First we dive into an ongoing case of poaching over 1 million dollars worth of dinosaur fossils from Utah. After, we talk about why some are so valuable, the celebrities with private collections, their history, and the National Parks that preserve them. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when y…
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Tens of millions of people in the United States will be able to witness a Total Solar Eclipse on Monday as the rare astronomical event cuts a path from Texas to Maine, up to 122 miles wide in some spots. This is a great opportunity to see the exact moment when the moon fully blocks the sun, creating a blazing corona visible to those observing from …
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In this episode of America's National Parks, we embark on a journey of comparison and discovery, exploring the grandeur of the natural world through the lens of America's most treasured landscapes. From the towering sequoias of California and the vast expanse of the Grand Canyon to the cliffs of Zion and the shifting sands of the Great Sand Dunes, …
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In this episode of Exploring the National Parks, we are exploring a park that is near and dear to our hearts – Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska! Ash worked as a park ranger in Glacier Bay and has so many amazing experiences to share about living in this part of Alaska! This national park has tidewater glaciers, massive mountains, and wildlife ga…
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In connection with Gateway Arch National Park and the various moments in history that the Gateway Arch represents, Mike and Dusty look at the history of European colonialism through the lens of Manifest Destiny and how it contributed to the bullsh*t that is American Exceptionalism. Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National P…
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Hugh Glass is best known for his incredible survival story. After being mauled by a grizzly, being left for dead and dragging himself nearly 250 miles across the country - his story, or at least a version of it, has been immortalized in the film The Revenant. But Hugh’s life goes beyond his encounter with the bear - what came before and after are j…
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With March madness down to the Sweet 16, and Opening Day of Major League Baseball having arrived, we’re going to take a break this week and dive into our podcast archives for this week’s show. This is Kurt Repanshek, your host at the National Parks Traveler. My NCAA bracket was busted the very first day, and while the Yankees won their opening day …
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An entire food chain lives in the Everglades. But throughout its coexistence with man, the Everglades have been threatened by poachers, who disrupt the delicate balance of this important ecosystem. By Lauren Eisenberg Davis Hosted by Jason Epperson Use promo code PARKS20OFF to get $20 off your next purchase of $200 or more at solostove.com.…
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Today’s stories include an Oregon disappearance, tuck and rolling, tiger eyes, solo cougars, mystery lights, accidental bear selfies, haunted castles and being at the right place at the right time. Outsiders Only bonus stories available for Patreon and Apple Subscribers! We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, r…
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Let’s hit the road and travel to some of the most beautiful national parks in the country! In this episode of Exploring the National Parks, we’re taking you on a journey through our home state. This epic 10-day Utah National Parks road trip is a family favorite, and we can’t wait to show you our favorite spots. Join us as we share a really cool sam…
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Mike and Dusty explore the grounds of Gateway Arch National Park and venture on the River Boat and head up the Mississippi River. Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventureisoutthere Hosted by Dustin Ballard and Michael Ryan Episode Editing by Dustin Ballard Origina…
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Bessie Coleman was the first woman to get her International Pilots License. She was also the first African American woman to become a stunt pilot and perform around the country. When her rising stardom and unyielding attitude towards racism and segregation leads to her questionable death, outrage sparks around the country. We love our National Park…
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One of the most popular public events in the National Park System was the release of sea turtle hatchlings, shuffling off into the Gulf of Mexico at Padre Island National Seashore. I say was, because the number of those public events has been drastically scaled back in recent years. The programs featuring the release of Kemp’s ridley sea turtle hat…
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One of the most frequent questions we get from travelers is how to plan a visit to Glacier, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton NPs in a single road trip. In this episode, we cover all the details you’ll need to do just that. Without a doubt, these three parks are at the top of our “most spectacular” list. Each has its unique history and landscape, yet th…
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Let’s head back to Olympic National Park for some fun facts! There is so much to share about this unique national park that it was kind of hard to narrow it down to just five. Olympic has so many distinct ecosystems and areas that are so different from the others in this park, and we are excited to dive into what makes this park so special! Join us…
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Mike and Dusty look at the expedition led by Lewis and Clark and the many indigenous tribes that provided them help on their exploration of the West and how it is connected to Gateway Arch National Park. Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventureisoutthere Hosted by…
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In the midst of the worst economic disaster in US History, hope was being carried through the rural communities tucked amongst the rugged mountains of eastern Kentucky. The Pack Horse Library Project sent women on horseback through the most remote regions of the Cumberland Mountains to deliver reading materials to isolated homes and communities. Th…
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Air pollution and climate change impacts can have outsized effects on the National Park System, as well as lesser noticed but just as concerning effects. But are those impacts spread across the entire park system, or clustered around a few? Back in 2019 the National Parks Conservation Association looked at how air pollution and climate change were …
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