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Articles from National Parks (March 22, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
A call to action. 623
At long last: permanent protections for Glacier's headwaters. Marquis, Amy Leinbach 288
California Desert Protection Act: the sequel: fifteen years after the California Desert Protection Act created Joshua Tree, Mojave, and Death Valley, there may be even more to celebrate. Kirkwood, Scott 1184
Call of the wild: eight years ago, a biologist named George Melendez Wright reminded us that wolves, bison, and grizzlies came before people. And because of him, they still do. Thomas, Mike 2290
Fading fast. Minard, Anne Brief article 256
Lost and found: college students make a stunning discovery that benefits Maggie Walker National Historic Site. Marquis, Amy Leinbach 434
Minty fresh: U.S. Mint follows up state quarters with "America the Beautiful" program, focusing on national parks and other uniquely American places. Kirkwood, Scott 868
On the prowl: are there jaguarundis in Big Bend National Park? Marquis, Amy Leinbach 842
On the wing: how can national parks help protect bird species that are here only a few months every year? Bastone, Kelly 999
Shedding light. Brief article 250
Star parties. 325
Starry refuges. 456
The big one. Arsenault, Mark 1191
The running country: at first glance, South Dakota's Badlands National Park might seem as still as stone, but look closely, wait patiently, and watch it dance. Rennicke, Jeff Travel narrative 2189
The voice of Glacier: Ranger Doug Follett reflects on 50 years at Glacier National Park. Interview 2645
Troubled waters: the fate of the southwestern willow flycatcher is intimately linked to the health of the Grand Canyon. Engelhard, Michael 782

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