Catch the Perseids with these smart skywatching tips.
In 2011, California saw its first wolf in 87 years. Now, the state has confirmed it has two reproducing packs.
The Canadian border will reopen to US travelers on August 9. Here's what hikers should know.
It's the most-visited 14er in Colorado. But that doesn't mean you should skip it.
A senate subcommitee discussed potential solutions for overcrowding in the national parks ranging from expanded reservation systems to trying to drive visitors to less-traveled units.
Few of us are desperate enough to try putting poison ivy in our mouths. And that's a good thing.
A group of people in Colorado decided to play with a coyote pup. Wildlife officials say that both they and the animal suffered the consequences.
Bus 142 spent 60 years sitting in the Alaskan backcountry and saw thousands of visitors before it ended up at the Museum of the North in Fairbanks. Now, a team of conservators, students, and volunteers faces the challenge ahead.
Case marks first time tree DNA has been introduced as evidence in federal court.
A bruin sparked a search in the Boundary Waters after it stole a bag containing a camper's snacks—and his gun.
Scientists in Germany are developing an autonomous aircraft that can track lost hikers by sound. It sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie—but this robot is firmly on the side of good.
A forecast of 130°F would match the highest temperature ever measured with modern instruments–and it could get even hotter than that.
Rains, cooler temperatures allow Forest Service to lift closures.
Under Randy Moore’s incoming leadership, the Forest Service is facing down one of the ugliest fire seasons in memory.
The heat wave in the western US is serious right now—and one national park picked a creative way to get the message across.
President ordered secretary to review monuments' status in day one executive order.
The salmon have started to return, and the brown bears will be right behind them.