National Parks Traveler – Shrinking Glaciers Podcast

Featured in this week’s episode:   “Hurricane Dorian literally sliced up Cape Lookout National Seashore, creating more than 50 breaches in the park’s barrier islands. At Western Carolina University, Professor Rob Young says the hurricane’s damage was astonishing. How that damage will impact recreation on the seashore remains to be seen. Traveler also discusses this…

Featured on Very Pink Podcast

From this week! “Casey’s interview is with Erika Zambello, communications director for Audubon Florida, and the volunteer coordinator for the National Parks Tempestry Project. To participate or keep up with this project, follow The Tempestry Project on Facebook, or email Erika directly at Nationalparkstempestry@gmail.com.” Click here to listen to episode 160!

National Parks Traveler – Podcast: Sooty Terns And National Park Guidebooks

“Are you familiar with Sooty terns? It’s an interesting seabird species with mysterious travels. In this week’s National Parks Traveler podcast, Erika Zambello (that’s me!) speaks with Dr. Ryan Huang about a decades-long research study on Sooty Terns in the Dry Tortugas. After they nest in the spring at Dry Tortugas National Park, where do…

National Parks Traveler – Birding in Katahdin Woods and Waters Podcast

Utah State University wildlife researcher Dr. Dan MacNulty discusses wolves, bears, elk and other prey and predators in Yellowstone National Park in this week’s episode, while Erika Zambello (me!) talks birding in Katadhin Woods and Waters National Monument with Doug Hitchcox of Maine Audubon. Host Kurt Repanshek wraps up the episode with a look at…

National Parks Traveler – Sign My Name To Freedom

Betty Reid Soskin is the oldest ranger in the National Park System, currently serving at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park in California. At 97, she gives presentations to visitors describing her own experiences during WWII serving as a clerk in a Jim Crow union hall, as well as her memories of both…

National Parks Traveler – Legacy on the Land Book Review

“I saw a big connection between our disrespect for nature and the disrespect we show to ourselves and for each other” – Audrey Peterman. Many national park enthusiasts can recite the history of the system or their favorite site by memory. They laud the conservationists and leaders who knew we must protect precious natural landscapes…