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  • National Parks And National Parks

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    4% of American lands are national parks...We need more, not less. This government is evil and I'm not going to sit back and let evil win." (CNN) This is among the same opinion of many Americans in the United States (US) today. When it comes to protecting and preserving our National parks we must strive in order to protect the wildlife, preserve it from industry, and to keep it is a part of America’s past and future. Protecting Wildlife We must work as a team with our park rangers in order to protect

  • National Parks And The National Park

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    The National Park Service is one of the most widely recognized American foundations. There are over 58 National Parks in the United States. Among some of the more famous are The Grand Canyon National Park, Yosemite National Park, and Glacier National Park. During the World Conference for National Parks, John F. Kennedy said these famous words about our National Parks, “National parks and reserves are an integral aspect of intelligent use of natural resources. It is the course of wisdom to set aside

  • National Parks

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    feel as you enter a national park? Many words have been written to describe the experience, but nothing can truly capture the complete amazement as the breathtaking views catch your breath. It's something you must discover for yourself at least once in your lifetime, if not time and time again. Though songs, poems and photographs have tried to capture the essence of national parks, only your senses will tell the true story. In this research paper I will be discussing national parks. I will be explaining

  • National Parks

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    The National Parks National Parks are a very crucial part of the United States, and serve to differentiate it from other countries. National Parks, unlike other landmarks around the world, are not owned by wealthy families but by the citizens of our country. 3.4% of US land is made up of the 59 National Parks. The first National Park, Yellowstone National Park, came into existence on March 1, 1872. It was introduced as “a public park or pleasuring-ground” (nps.gov) which means that it was for the

  • National Parks : The Major Challenges Affecting Our National Parks

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    Our National Parks are facing some major problems, and it is starting to show its damaging effects. The places we have kept protected from people are now seeing major problems from the number of things changing on our planet. The first thing that has been affecting our national parks is the budget for these parks. Most national parks are free, so they are not making any money, which can become a problem. The second thing that is effecting the National parks is the crazy climate change, and how it

  • The Importance Of National Park

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    Although in recent years urgency for National Park funding and research has declined, the delicate ecosystems within the U.S must be preserved as their vitality is threatened. Parks are government protected areas by the National Park Service within the United States boundaries that house various types of ecosystems. Yellowstone National Park was the first National Park created by congress and Ulysses s. Grant by the Act of March 1, 1872, making it exclusively under the control of the Secretary of

  • The Founding Of National Parks

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    policy thus incorporating National Parks into American society. There were many people of utmost significance that contributed to the founding of national parks but the person with the most influence was John Muir. The work and ideas created by Muir and several other founders led to what we today consider to be the establishment of both recognized and sanctioned national parks. To completely understand how momentous the movement for the establishment of the National Parks was, one must recognize who

  • The Day Of National Parks

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    Could it be getting back to our natural state or just trying to connect with God’s creation? Either way Millions of people travel to National Parks a year: 3 million traveled to yellowstone alone in 2015 (Visser). But sadly not all of them have favorable trips; in 2007 the National Park Service reported 3,593 search and rescue missions or SAR missions (National Parks). The average budget for SAR missions is $200,000 and each year that is exceeded. The solution is charge the bill of the mission to

  • Yellowstone National Parks

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    The Expeditions that led to the establishment of Yellowstone National Park Throughout history we have witnessed, heard and read about locations that had a significant impact in history. Stepping into historical locations can either bring back great memories or serve as memories of grief and sadness. Historical locations can be either war memoirs, monuments and it can be nature preserves. The National park systems is one of the achievements that the United States stands for, meaning the United States

  • The Everglades National Park

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    everglades national park The everglades national park is located in southern Florida. The variety of this habitat has made it a sanctuary for many animal species even some that are in danger of extinction. Some of the animals that take sanctuary in this national park are an assortment of reptiles such as alligators and snakes, an assortment of birds and even the endangered manatee. The everglades national park was put on the world heritage endangered list in 1993 after the parks superintendent

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