Friends of US-Parks

National Parks Leave No Trace: Center for outdoor ethics.

WWF: World Wildlife Fund - Climate change is among the most pervasive threats to the web of life, yet we have the power to address its root causes and limit its impact on the planet. Smart energy choices made by individuals and businesses can dramatically reduce CO2 emissions and slow global warming. Without action, climate change will cause the extinction of countless species and destroy some of the world's most precious ecosystems. WWF is a leader in the field of climate science and a persuasive advocate for emissions reductions and increases in the use of renewable energy resources and energy efficient technologies. Partnering with innovators in business and industry, WWF is influencing behavior and changing attitudes.

GoParks: National Park Foundation, The Official Charity of America's National Parks: Discover Your Parks

National Parks Conservation Association: National Parks Conservation Association | Protecting Our National Parks for Future Generations

Discover the Forest: This PSA campaign aims to inspire tweens (aged 8-12) and their parents to re-connect with nature, experiencing it first-hand. The campaign brings to life the joy and excitement kids have when they discover the wonders of nature, helping create interest in their environment and a lifelong relationship with it.

eNature: Nature Guides

Global Warming: Understand the meaning of global warming and what you can do to help.

World Network of Biosphere Reserves : In the UNESCO - MAB Biosphere Reserves Directory you will find information on all biosphere reserves.

NPS: National Park Service

DoI::US Department of Interior

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Featured Park
Zion National Park, a place home to the Narrows, Canyon Overlook, Emerald Pools, a petrified forest, a desert swamp, springs and waterfalls, hanging gardens, wildflowers, wildlife and more!
Featured Wildlife
The bighorn sheep is the mammalian symbol of Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Colorado's official animal. Colorado is home to the largest population of the species anywhere. The animals are five to six feet long with a tail three to six inches in length.