Oregon Caves NM: Wild Caving, Geology, and the River Styx - Ranger Katie Dagastino
Oregon Caves NM: Wild Caving, Geology, and the River Styx – PWPR 25
October 22, 2018

In the Siskiyou mountains at 4,000 feet exists one of the few marble caves in the National Park Service. On this…

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Bainbridge Island: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans in WWII - Ranger Kevin Mahe
Bainbridge Island: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans in WWII
October 8, 2018

The flourishing immigrant community at Bainbridge Island was home to people from all over the world looking for a new start…

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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park: Seattle's Gold Rush Boom - Ranger Julie Fonseca de Borges
Klondike Gold Rush NHP: Seattle’s Gold Rush Boom – PWPR 23
October 1, 2018

The Klondike Gold Rush of 1897 caused an economic boom for the city of Seattle. People flocked to the Pacific Northwest…

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Mount Rainier National Park: Glaciers and Climate Change - Geomorphologist Paul Kennard
Mt Rainier NP: Glaciers and Climate Change – PWPR 22
September 24, 2018

Geomorphologist Paul Kennard calls Mount Rainier National Park the canary in a coal mine when it comes to climate change. Glaciers…

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Mt Rainier NP: Volcanic Activity and Park Geology – PWPR 21
September 10, 2018

A trip to Mount Rainier National Park brings you through lush landscapes dotted with wildflowers. However, a beast lies beneath the…

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Lewis and Clark NHP: A Multilayered Tale of Exploration - Ranger Jon Burpee
Lewis and Clark NHP: A Multilayered Tale of Exploration – PWPR 20
September 3, 2018

The tale of Lewis and Clark is one many Americans heard in school. Two mountain men who explore the west with…

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Whitman Mission National Historic Site: Cultural Misunderstandings - Ranger Michael Bogert
Whitman Mission NHS: Cultural Misunderstandings – PWPR 19
August 27, 2018

In the early 1800’s the US went through a revival of Christianity and people of faith signed up to minister to…

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Glacier National Park: Wildlife Safety and the Bark Ranger- Ranger Mark Biel
Glacier NP: Wildlife Safety with the Bark Ranger – PWPR 18
August 20, 2018

Bark Ranger Gracie has a big job at Glacier National Park: to keep wildlife away from high visitor use areas in…

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Little Bighorn Battlefield NM: Examining Why We Preserve Battlefields
Little Bighorn Battlefield NM: Examining Why We Preserve Battlefields – PWPR 17
August 13, 2018

The Battle of Little Bighorn is one of the most written about and mythologized battles in US history. On this episode…

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial: Preservation of the Sculpture - Ranger Blaine Kortemeyer
Mt Rushmore: Preservation of the Sculpture – PWPR 16
August 6, 2018

How does the National Park Service keep the presidents looking pristine? In this episode of Podcasts with Park Rangers we discuss…

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