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National Park Service, Alaska, Office of the Secretary, CreativeComms, Blog Post
A large clear pond shows the reflection of a white mountain and a bright blue, clouded sky.
2/23/2018

Sitting at the foothills of the Alaska Range, Denali National Park is as wild and wonderful as it was when hunter and naturalist Charles Sheldon first visited the area more than a century ago. It was Sheldon’s drive and determination to protect this American treasure that led to the creation of Denali National Park and Preserve on February 26, 1917. As we celebrate the creation of this national park, check out nine things you might not know about Denali.

Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Blog Post
A sunstar through trees that stretch to the sky and ground covered in greenery and ferns
2/20/2018

America’s public lands have been the backdrop for countless movies and television shows.  

Bureau of Indian Education, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arizona, Blog Post
An old wooden cabin surrounded by a wooden fence stands on the edge of a forest.
2/12/2018

Rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure -- including public lands and Indian schools -- is an investment in our future. Public lands infrastructure is essential to providing world-class experiences to hundreds of millions of park visitors a year, keeps people safe and ensures that 47,000 kids in Indian Country have access to education.

National Park Service, California, District of Columbia, Illinois, Blog Post
Historic black and white photo of Abraham Lincoln.
2/8/2018

Abraham Lincoln is remembered as one of our nation’s greatest presidents. Check out some of the public lands dedicated to sharing President Lincoln’s life and legacy.

National Park Service, Colorado, America's Great Outdoors, Conservation, Blog Post
A mountain peak reflected in a lake as the sunsets, turning the sky pink
1/24/2018

As we celebrate more than a century of Rocky Mountain National Park, check out 7 facts about this amazing park.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, Blog Post
A small bird with bright blue feathers stands on a small rock next to a puddle.
1/3/2018

Birdwatching is a favorite pastime for many public lands visitors. Over 1,000 species of birds can be found in the United States, and national parks, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas are often the best places to find them.

Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Blog Post
Frost covers tall grass and a single small tree on a wide plain of rolling hills under a purple sunrise sky.
12/18/2017

All across the country, America’s public lands are being transformed into winter wonderlands. As snow falls and temperatures drop, America’s public lands take on a whole new personality, revealing a spectacular wonder.

National Park Service, Florida, America's Great Outdoors, Blog Post
Tall trees reflected in water as the sky turns purple
12/6/2017

Everglades National Park was established on December 6, 1947, and 70 years later, it remains an international treasure attracting visitors from around the world. Test your knowledge with 10 facts about Everglades.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, District of Columbia, Office of the Secretary, Native Americans, Blog Post
A historic black and white photo of two native american men in combat fatigues operating a radio in the jungle.
11/7/2017

In World War I and World War II, Native American soldiers, sailors and marines used their native languages to develop codes that could not be broken. Those men became known as Code Talkers and their courage and creativity saved many American lives.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Blog Post
A Native American woman in elaborate traditional clothes dances in front of a Native American mural in a large room.
11/1/2017

It’s time to celebrate the rich histories, diverse cultures and important contributions of our nation’s first people. Interior works to honor the nation’s trust responsibilities and special commitments to American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey, Blog Post
bat hanging upside down
10/24/2017

Called creepy, scary and spooky, bats often get a bad rap. We’re celebrating the heroes of the night with 13 awesome bat facts (and amazing photos).

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, National Park Service, Blog Post
A man in a red jacket stands on a hilltop looking out at a gorgeous landscape of forests, a blue lake, and a long mountain range.
10/17/2017

From epic landscapes to bountiful resources and amazing wildlife, check out Interior's connections to the Last Frontier.

Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Blog Post
Two men wearing waders fish in a shallow river as a dog watches from the grassy riverbank.
10/11/2017

Fishing is a favorite outdoor pastime for many people. Alone or with friends and family, fishing can be a fun and relaxing opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. From the calm of fly fishing in a Montana stream to the thrill of sportfishing in the Gulf of Mexico, fishing is a great way to support conservation and inspire your next water-cooler story.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Blog Post
Contrasting purples and greens flow together
10/5/2017

America’s public lands and tribal homelands have inspired artists for centuries. Check out some of the ways that artists and Interior have come together to produce awe-inspiring art. 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Puerto Rico, Office of the Secretary, Emergency, Blog Post
A small dog wearing a sweater sits on the seat of an electric scooter.
10/4/2017

While conducting a security assessment of a closed hospital in Humacao, Puerto Rico, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee James Casey noticed something unusual: A small dog that would prove to be an extraordinary hero.

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