The closure of one of Zion's most popular trails is a preview of what's in store for U.S. national parks if the public lands funding program isn't renewed.
Wyoming, Idaho would have offered up to 23 bears to hunters.
Wildlife biologist Ben Masters's new short film delves into what's at stake for animals and outdoor lovers.
Demands big-box chain stops using company's images and logo
Faces criminal charges along with two other visitors after incident in Katmai National Park and Preserve.
A year-old organization seeks to give some of NYC's most underprivileged girls a way to experience the wild.
Hunters will be able to kill a total of 22 bears.
With snow totals in the western US bleak, seasonal water sources are drying out—and that’s bad news for the backpackers who rely on them.
Getting up in the morning is hard. Getting up in April is harder.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the president have a plan to tackle the National Park Service's $11.7 billion maintenance shortfall. But it could come at the expense of other public lands.
Hopes to reduce goat population by 90 percent
"It's Jurassic Park," says one local of the California preserve's animal problem.
Zion, Grand Canyon, and others recorded highest-ever visitor counts.
Made up 2% of GDP, more than mining, oil, and gas
She claims state agencies have damaged her job and credibility, and endangered residents, by not acknowledging the species.
Faced with rising visitation and shrinking resources, the National Park Service is weighing the idea of requiring reservations at its most popular spots.
Opponents of the Mountain Valley Pipeline are headed to court to stop it. But with construction slated to begin soon, will that be enough?