National Park Service

News Releases

POWER PLAY AT DELAWARE WATER GAP AND APPALACHIAN TRAIL

"Fast Track" Review Masks Pre-Selection of Most Damaging Transmission Route

BIG QUESTIONS ABOUT BIG CYPRESS HUNTING PLANS

First Steps in Opening Vast Big Cypress Addition Lands to Hunting and Trapping

PARK SERVICE INDIAN TRADING POST FIASCO FINALLY UNEARTHED

Inspector General Sat on Scathing Report to Limit Government Officials’ Liability

PARK SERVICE TO LET INDIANS REMOVE PLANTS AND MINERALS

Abrupt Reversal of Conservation Mandate Raises Legal and Management Questions

THE BIG CYPRESS WILDERNESS ROBBERY

Park Service Scheme to Strip 40,000 Preserve Acres of Wilderness Eligibility Bared

STUPOR OVER STUPA AFFLICTS PARK SERVICE

Leadership Paralysis on Handling Religious Displays in National Parks

PARK SERVICE SCIENTISTS CLEARED AGAIN IN PT. REYES OYSTER FLAP

Repeated Investigations Aimed at Keeping Commercial Oyster Operation in Estuary

NATIONAL PARK PLANS TRAIL DESIGNED FOR MOUNTAIN BIKES

Unprecedented “Pay-to-Play” Deal Gives Private Bike Group Backcountry Access

PARK SERVICE PLAN MUDDIES WILDERNESS PROTECTIONS

Confusing, Conflicting Guidance on Climbing Anchors and Other Topics

BIG CYPRESS ORV PLAN TRIGGERS LAWSUIT THREAT

Proposed Trail Network Poses Threat to Florida Panther and Other Protected Species

Surveys
2000  National Parks Service Survey

Other PEER Activities
Draft study, "Possible Effects of Elk Harvest on Fall Distribution of Grizzly Bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem" (Biological Resources Division, U.S. Geological Survey and Wyoming Game &

Bob Jackson Barred from Yellowstone; Whistleblower Complaint Filed with the Office of Special Counsel

Bob Jackson's Testimony Provided to the Greater Yellowstone Subcommittee

Eagle Letters

PEER Campaign: Faith-based Parks

PEER Campaign: In the Chief's Corner

PEER Campaign: The Grizzly Emergency

PEER's Comments on National Park Service Interior Special Rule on the Waupatki National Monument