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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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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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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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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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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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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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Forget stamp collecting – let's go national parks collecting! If you love the national parks in the USA, then you’re in the right place. You’ll get help with national parks trip planning. Learn what to expect on hikes and scenic drives. Discover fun facts about the national parks in America. Find out what to see and do in the US national parks. Whether you’re about to visit your first park or up to number 63, you’ll gain the knowledge you need to have the absolute best experiences when you’r ...
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This week we venture to one of the most iconic waterfalls in the world to talk about the daredevils who have gone over it. Most notably, Annie Edson Taylor, was the first to ever go over Niagara Falls in a barrel and survive. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back.…
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Today, we are going on an adventure in Ash’s favorite national park—Grand Teton! We’re hiking through Cascade Canyon, the most popular longer trail in the Tetons. Join us as we visit Jenny Lake, Hidden Falls, Inspiration Point, and even Lake Solitude along the Cascade Canyon Trail! Whether you’re going for a multi-day backpacking trip or a quick hi…
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On their final hike in Shenandoah National Park, Mike and Dusty descend into the valley to hike Dark Hallow Falls. For more of our episodes on hikes in this and other National Parks, click here. To browse through our entire Library of hiking trail episodes, Trail Mix episodes, interviews, and more, visit our Episode Finder. Instagram: @GazeAtTheNat…
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In Buffalo, New York, a collection of paintings lay neglected in a storage area of the Museum of Science for many decades. Once coveted, these paintings were no longer deemed aligned with the museum’s vision. How had a science museum become interested in art depicting Zion National Park? And what was to become of the paintings? Art and the national…
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Have you ever wanted to scratch beneath the surface of a national park and gain a better understanding of the issues the National Park Service is challenged with? Or to see what research is being conducted, or understand what goals are being chased? The staff at Grand Teton National Park just released their 2024 Grand Glimpse of the Park and the ma…
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In the second of the four Summit episodes of Season 6, Mike and Dusty look at the various histories of the six parks of season 6 including Mammoth Cave National Park, Wind Cave National Park, Hot Springs National Park, Gateway Arch National Park, Big Bend National Park, and Shenandoah National Park. For more of our episodes on hikes in this and oth…
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Along 1,600 miles of the Eastern Seaboard, from Maine to Florida, sea level rise, subsidence, and more potent storms are challenging the National Park Service to figure out how best to protect wildlife and their habitats, as well as historic structures, archaeological sites, modern infrastructure, landscapes, and, of course, visitors. In the coming…
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Welcome to National Parks Collecting. My name is James Ian and I am a National Park Expert and in this podcast we are going to look at all things National Parks in the United States. We'll look at planning tips, we'll look at Hike descriptions. We'll look at best things to do in national parks. We'll look at some practical information like how to g…
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On a hot Texas day, the splash of water from an irrigation gate is a welcome sound to those who rely on it this water to grow corn, peppers, squash and other foods. Water is the lifeblood of the farming communities of the San Antonio missions. But how do you irrigate arid landscapes without modern plumbing? You build acequias. Brought by 18th-centu…
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Just about 40 miles outside of Chicago and nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan, Indiana Dunes National Park, combined with the neighboring state park of the same name, protects over 17,000 acres of sand dunes, ecological wonders, and diverse habitats. Amongst them sits a swell dedicated to the life and legacy of one of the earliest advocates of …
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In the first of the four Summit episodes of Season 6, Mike and Dusty look at the Visitorship numbers and and ways to access the six parks of season 6 including Mammoth Cave National Park, Wind Cave National Park, Hot Springs National Park, Gateway Arch National Park, Big Bend National Park, and Shenandoah National Park. For more of our episodes on …
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Take to Google, type in “US Virgin Islands” and you’ll be met with photos of turquoise waters and smiling faces sipping on drinks atop sparkling white sand. This destination is among the most popular in the Caribbean for vacationers, but it was once at the core of the transatlantic slave trade. Today we discuss what has gone down in history as the …
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There is never a shortage of stories to follow across the National Park System, whether you’re in the West at Olympic National Park, the Northeast at Acadia National Park, or the Southwest at Grand Canyon National Park. This week, Contributing Editor Kim O’Connell is down in North Carolina to spend a few days at Cape Hatteras National Seashore, whi…
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Today’s stories include unlikely reunions, wild horse chases, dog-sent wolves, lifesavers and Alaskan surfing. 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, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscri…
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In this episode of Exploring the National Parks, we are headed back to one of our favorite National Parks — Mesa Verde! We are diving into the fun facts about this park and focusing on the people who lived here. The incredible human history in this area is what this park is all about, and we are so excited to share it with you! Join us as we take a…
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In June of 1996 two women, Julie Williams and Lollie Winans, were found brutally murdered in Shenandoah National Park. Their murderer (or murderers) were never found and the case has remained unsolved, until now. On June 20, 2024 the FBI announced that the assailant has been identified as Walter Leo Jackson Sr. Today we sit down for the second time…
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In the remote wilderness of the Brooks Mountain Range in Alaska, where untamed rivers wind through vast expanses of tundra and towering mountains, a peculiar and alarming phenomenon is taking place. Since 2017 at least 75 pristine waterways, which once shimmered with crystalline clarity, have taken on a haunting hue of orange and now contain very c…
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What’s on your bucket list? It’s a topic everyone is talking about these days, and we have a few suggestions for anyone who loves our national parks and public lands. Back in the day, our list was simple; visit all the U.S. national parks. But once we checked them all off, we realized our list was longer than when we started. In this episode, we ta…
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Leading up to the official opening of the Stonewall National Monument Visitor Center, Mike and Dusty talk with Diana Rodriguez, the CEO and one of the cofounders of Pride Live, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating awareness and support for the LGBTQIA+ community via social advocacy and community engagement to advance the figh…
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Today we dive into the history of National Parks and how America's best idea almost died. Instead of talking about their landscapes, we take a deep dive into the history of their beautiful historic hotels and the ghostly encounters people have experienced there. From Tennessee to Washington, and everywhere in-between, there are plenty tales to tell…
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Today’s stories include stargazing gods, being naked and afraid, Holocaust surviving mountain climbers, Grand canyon voyeurs, knotty women, finding beauty in the mountains and ghost tricksters. Outsiders Only bonus stories available for Patreon and Apple Subscribers! Merch is coming! We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're…
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It’s time to drive one of the most epic roads in any national park – Glacier’s Going-to-the-Sun Road! In this episode of Exploring the National Parks, we are sharing our insider tips for this gem of a scenic drive. The Going-to-the-Sun Road cuts right through Glacier as it travels deeper into the park’s majestic mountains! We’re talking all about o…
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Mike and Dusty make a triangle trail out of hiking Hawksbill Mountain just off Skyline Drive in Shenandoah 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 Artwor…
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Sharks have swum the world’s waters for millennia – there is a reason they are referred to as living dinosaurs. Their presence globally is not new, but their comeback in certain parts of the world is not celebrated by everyone. In September of 2018, Arthur Medici was killed while recreating in the waters off Cape Cod after sustaining a white shark …
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As the National Mammal and a symbol closely tied to the National Park Service and the national parks, bison are highly revered in the United States. But that doesn’t mean they’re free of controversy. Recently the staff at Yellowstone National Park released the Final Environmental Impact Statement on a bison management plan for the park. The preferr…
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Use code PARKS30 for $30 off of a $500 or more booking at www.rvshare.com. In this episode, Yellowstone plans to keep more bison each year, Teton Pass could wreak havoc on Grand Teton and Yellowstone visitors, a rare white bison is born, a grizzly has a litter of five cubs, and a whole lot more. ***** Become a Mile Marker Member and support this co…
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