Effective November 8, 2020 the National Park Service has moved Cicely Muldoon from acting Superintendent – a position she has held since January, 2020 – to permanent Superintendent of Yosemite National Park. “Cicely is widely regarded as one of the most outstanding and compassionate leaders across the National Park Service. I’m thrilled to have someone […]
National Bison Day – the first Saturday in November – is a celebration of the American Bison. The bison – commonly called the America Buffalo – is the National Mammal of the United States. These large smelly animals once roamed North America in massive herds, but were brought to the brink of extinction through a […]
The U.S. Forest Service has moved the Christmas tree permit sales to Recreation.gov this year. 2020 has been somewhat thrown for a loop by Warden Newsom and the draconian fake laws he has enacted in response to the mediademic surrounding Covid-19.
It only took 45 years, but the gray wolf has recovered. After being virtually eliminated from the lower 48 states by the early part of the 20th century, the gray wolf is back – and in HUGE numbers! Through a partnership of states, tribes, conservation organizations and private landowners, the once-endangered predator is now flourishing.
The U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region has taken three national forests off the regional closure order that came into force as wildfires spread throughout California due to the incredibly inept forest management (or lack thereof) of the California state government. Inyo, Sequoia, and Sierra National Forests were removed from the list.