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A tour of America's greatest parks.

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Yellowstone National Park is one of the most visited parks in the country, but ninety percent of its two million acres remains largely untouched and unseen.
aired 3 days ago
A new wilderness emerges in Glacier National Park as the ice melts.
aired 3 days ago
The Grand Canyon is so large it can be seen from space, but it still baffles scientists with geological, biological and archeological mysteries.
aired 35 days ago
A group of scientists and a nature photographer explore park landscapes; revealing life where you least expect it.
aired 49 days ago
Glacier National Park is going through dramatic changes; the glaciers that give this wilderness its name will soon be gone, and the park will never be the same.
aired 56 days ago
The effects of global warming on the creatures of Death Valley.
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A roller-coaster ride of agonizing ascents and rewarding vistas on the Appalachian Trail, much of which lies close to major population centers.
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The marine national monument that protects the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
aired 396 days ago
The unique and threatened ecosystem includes carnivorous plants, amphibious birds, fish that breathe air and cacti that grow in water.
aired 396 days ago
Scientists and volunteers work to keep the 2,175 mile Appalachian Trail wild.
aired 787 days ago
The Pacific Crest Trail is a 2,650 mile stretch that runs through a desert, a volcano, a forest and North America's largest hot spring.

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