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DSC Supports Rep. Gosar on Introduction of Grand Canyon Bison Management Act

DALLAS (June 26, 2017) – DSC applauds Representative Paul Gosar (R), along with co-sponsors Trent Franks (R), Tom O’Halleran (D) and David Schweikert (R), for introducing the Grand Canyon Bison Management Act on June 22. The bill would...Show More Summary

Space Photos of the Week: Saturn’s Moon Gets Tipsy After Polar Wander

Look through images of Saturn's rings, a partial solar eclipse, and the Grand Canyon.

Rep. Gosar Introduces Bi-Partisan Bill to Manage Bison Population

Rep. Paul Gosar introduced the bi-partisan Grand Canyon Bison Management Act, which would allow the use of wildlife management, conservation techniques. This post Rep. Gosar Introduces Bi-Partisan Bill to Manage Bison Population appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Beyond the High Line: 8 linear parks that have transformed cities

When aging infrastructure is revamped into public green space The U.S. is full of jaw-dropping parks, from expansive National Parks like the Grand Canyon to carefully cultivated botanical gardens like Portland’s Japanese Garden. ButShow More Summary

Grand Canyon Experience Revamps at Grand Bazaar Shops

And updating the dining headed to the outdoor mall The Grand Canyon Experience shuttered earlier this year, a familiar sight on the Strip since 2000 and conveniently located a very short walk from the MGM Grand. The closure deleted a...Show More Summary

How to Get a 3-Year-Old to Hike the Grand Canyon

Sammy Hartley skies, climbs, bikes, and backpacks—and just spent five days hiking rim to rim

Grand Theft Auto’ composer gets top dollar for Nichols Canyon home

Composer and session musician Woody Jackson and his wife, William Morris Endeavor partner and talent agent Sharon Jackson, have sold their home in Hollywood Hills West for $3.29 million, or $391,000 over the asking price. The Midcentury Modern-style spread, built on a leafy third of an acre, sits...

11 Instagram accounts that show our National Parks in all their glory

The U.S. has never looked so beautiful Professional photographers make big bucks selling top-notch photos of Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon, or the Smoky Mountains, but these days some of the most impressive National Park images can be...Show More Summary

Geologist believes Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s flood — so he’s suing the Park Service to prove it

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

According to an article by the Daily Beast, an Australian geologist who identifies as a “young-earth creationist” is suing the National Parks Service so he can remove rocks from the Grand Canyon in an attempt to prove that the Biblical flood happened there. Dr. Andrew Snelling, the...

He Thinks the Grand Canyon Proves Noah's Flood Was Real

2 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Dr. Andrew Snelling believes the Grand Canyon contains proof of the biblical Flood. There's just a few problems with that...

Sometimes, when things go awry on the road, the morning's rays make up for it, as they did in the Grand Canyon

I was ready for the big moment, that spectacular moment when day wanes and the sun drifts toward slumber at the Grand Canyon. And … I blew it. By five measly minutes. A spectacular twilight provided some solace, and I vowed to wake early for the next sunrise. I had purposely set out on my Mother...

You'll remember this segment of Route 66 for haircuts, hamburgers and, most of all, its sense of humor

You know you’re on a strange trip when the biggest highlight is getting a haircut from a 90-year-old barber in Seligman, Ariz., about 100 miles southwest of the Grand Canyon. But Angel Delgadillo is no ordinary barber. His patter is nearly nonstop. People are constantly taking his picture. And...

You Can Walk 4,000 Feet Over the Grand Canyon - If You Dare

The Grand Canyon holds countless secrets just waiting to be discovered. No matter where you go when you visit, there will be no shortage of stunning views and drops that will make your stomach fall to your feet just looking. If you want...Show More Summary

42. See every shade of Georgia clay at Providence Canyon

The “Little Grand Canyon” may look like a natural phenomenon, but it’s actually the result of human tampering.

Backpacking Into Yosemite's Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne - See the Stunning Photos

Yosemite's landscape is spectacular, breathtaking, and magical. I've visited Yosemite before, but on a recent trip there, I wanted to do something more challenging this time, so backpacking into the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne it was! It's approximately a 34-mile hike, depending on where you decide to start. Show More Summary

The Grand Canyon Is Extra Grand in This Stunning Student Photo from Space

One of the world's largest canyons – the United States' Grand Canyon – dominates below wispy clouds in this jaw-dropping view from the International Space Station.

Space Photos of the Week: Saturn’s Moon Gets Tipsy After Polar Wander

Look through images of Saturn's rings, a partial solar eclipse, and the Grand Canyon. The post Space Photos of the Week: Saturn’s Moon Gets Tipsy After Polar Wander appeared first on WIRED.

Al Roker gives 3 NYC kids an amazing surprise: 'We're going to the Grand Canyon!'

Al Roker surprised outstanding 7th-graders from New York City with a trip to a national treasure that has long held a special place in his heart.

Grand Canyon National Park: Always more to see

No matter how many times you visit, you'll always find something new to explore.        

Lonely Planet reveals top 50 natural wonders of the world

In Lonely Planet's new guide, 50 must-see spots are highlighted with the vast Grand Canyon in Arizona making the cut along with the arid salt flats of Bolivia.

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