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US Department of the Interior Sep 14
Brown bears are eating as much as they can to prepare for winter & hibernation. A fat bear is a healthy bear!
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National Park Service Sep 21
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US Department of the Interior Sep 18
A shining beacon on our greatest days & darkest nights, Lady Liberty stands proud. Pic courtesy of John Weatherby
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TheRangerLife Sep 20
Today’s amazing visitor: A 98 year old WWII veteran beyond excited to be visiting the park!
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SF Maritime NHP Sep 21
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TimH 11h
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US Department of the Interior Sep 17
Stay off the spiky trees, but climbing the rock walls & boulders is an acceptable & thrilling experience
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US Department of the Interior Sep 16
The sublime beauty never fails to amaze us. Pic by Jose Torres ()
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Elizabeth Matheny 10h
It took me far too long in my teaching career to realize that I had to schedule opportunities for rest and rejuvenation throughout the school year. Summer is great, but work/life balance is better. 🌿🏕
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J. A. Garfield NHS Sep 19
President James Abram Garfield, 49, died at 10:35 pm 138 years ago-Sep. 19, 1881. Shot by Charles Guiteau on Jul. 2, Garfield endured 80 days of horrendous medical care, infection, & pain before dying of doctor-introduced infection.
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National Park Service Sep 15
It’s ! Explore hundreds of years of Hispanic history, culture, and contributions preserved and practiced in national parks around the country.
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National Park Service Sep 19
The Washington Monument opens today! For information on how to visit, how to obtain tickets, and more, visit
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National Park Service Sep 20
We’ve just reached two million followers on ! Thank you park fans! You can follow too! Check out 📸📸📸
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Hawaii Volcanoes NPS Sep 19
Honk if you love nēnē, and tune in to hear wildlife biologist Kathleen Misajon discuss her life's work, surrounded by the nēnē protected within Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park <3
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Statue of Liberty NM Sep 19
Ellis Island officially opened on January 1, 1892 and the first immigrant to be processed was Annie Moore. Be sure to visit the Annie Moore Statue located on the 2nd floor at Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration.
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Nicole Ortiz 10h
I found a national park to visit in New Orleans AND I finally got a national park passport so I can start adding stamps when I visit parks. I already added two stamps to it by visiting two sites the day I got it. I’m unreasonably excited about this.
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Kristy Tarsha 14h
Hey squeezing in a little Carl Sandburg House HS
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US Department of the Interior 16h
Turquoise waters, golden leaves & one brown bear . Pic courtesy of Nate Luebbe
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Shannon O'Neil Sep 21
The Grand Canyon was...well...pretty Grand. 😊🌄
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Bridget Coyne Sep 21
Beautiful day for a drive to , making this Conway’s third national park!
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