Crews discovered a giant sequoia still smoking in a burned-over area.
Wildlife officials are investigating after the death of a 39-year-old woman in Durango.
Bureau of Land Management offering $10,000 reward for information on culprits.
There are hundreds of thousands of black bears in America, and we know precious little about what they do with their time. The researchers of the #BearsEyeView project are trying to change that.
The musician spills on shooting in Death Valley and his new National Geographic collaboration ahead of his Earth Day concert with Backpacker.
Investigators shot and killed the bear after it charged.
The popular California park will soon require reservations for day use—and it expects them to go quickly.
Exercise may not be enough to make up for thru-hikers’ bad diets, a new paper suggests.
Career conservationist Tracy Stone-Manning will be nominated as the next director of the Bureau of Land Management.
The company’s push to extend its clothing’s lifespan may be the final nail in the coffin for Wall Street’s unofficial uniform
With the Biden administration mulling whether to restore Bears Ears to its original size, we dive into the history of America's most controversial national monument.
Become a trail botanist. Learn to identify ten of our country's most common wildflowers
Josiah and Amanda Powell planned an intimate, friends-and-family wedding in the Colorado backcountry. Then 60 surprise guests showed up.
Adirondack Mountain Reserve to begin limiting hikers on May 1.
Reservations for the popular hike will open on April 1.