To help animals navigate our fast-paced highway systems nature conservationists have started building infrastructure designed specifically for critters.
Parts of Yosemite National Park will close as firefighters battle the Ferguson Fire, which has burned since July 13.
The number of visitors to Joshua Tree National Park has doubled in the past four years, an increase that spells trouble for local flora and fauna. But as tourism has increased, so have the numbers of conscious residents and conservation efforts.
Amid budget cuts from the Trump administration, the Department of the Interior wants to up entrance fees and use the revenue to repair aging infrastructure.
The NPS is legally obligated to better manage its enormous crowds, but it is crippled by budget cuts and maintenance backlogs.
But will their actions be enough to save the parks from the current administration?
Representative Raúl Grijalva of Arizona is staunchly progressive and deeply committed to protecting public lands.
A study says that if we want to prevent extinction, we’re protecting the wrong areas of the country. Can't we do both?
The development of the atomic bomb has been called the most significant scientific and engineering undertaking of the 20th century. Are we grown up enough to commemorate it in the 21st?
Hotter temperatures, higher seas viewed as "greatest threat ever" to country's scenic treasures.
After years of ambivalence, the United States is trying to reconnect with its past as the leader of a global effort to save the treasures of the planet, from the Statue of Liberty and Yosemite National Park to the pyramids of Egypt and the East African Serengeti.