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  • Popular Giant Forest Restoration

    Giant Forest Restoration

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    View a short film about the amazing effort to restore an endangered sequoia grove after years of overuse. Sequoia National Park, CA - 09:28 Credit: National Park Service

  • 02:30 Cherry Blossoms: Washington DC, 2009.

    Cherry Blossoms: Washington DC, 2009.

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    A look at the yearly national Cherry Blossom Festival in the Nation's capital and the diverse people that come from all over the world to see it.

  • 02:47 How Ancient Peoples LIved at Grand Canyon

    How Ancient Peoples LIved at Grand Canyon

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    A visit to Tusayan Ruin and Museum provides a glimpse of Pueblo Indian life some 800 years ago. In this Ranger Minute, Ranger Brian Gatlin provides an introduction to these ancient people who called Grand Canyon "home." How was their life simila

  • 07:57 Ravens at Grand Canyon National Park - Insider's 28

    Ravens at Grand Canyon National Park - Insider's 28

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    Insider's Look Webisode 028: Feb 5, 2010 - Insider's Look host, Ranger Patrick Gamman talks with Ranger Nicole Koehlinger about the ravens in Grand Canyon National Park. Ravens are one of the most common birds seen in the park. They are intelligent, savvy

  • 06:21 Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour Route: Zuni Pt. Dragon: NPS Preferred Alternative

    Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour Route: Zuni Pt. Dragon: NPS Preferred Alternative

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    This slide show presents views from the Zuni Point/ Dragon Long Loop Helicopter Tour Route in the National Park Service (NPS) Preferred Alternative within the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), Special Flight Rules Area in the Vicinity of Grand C

  • 05:47 Who's Who in Local History?  Visit Grand Canyon Cemetery

    Who's Who in Local History? Visit Grand Canyon Cemetery

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    Park Ranger Patrick Gamman joins Park Ranger Nicole DeLuca for a who's who of Grand Canyon history at the Grand Canyon Cemetery. Visit this serene and beautiful location and final resting place for many of the area's earliest pioneers. (release date: Octo

  • 02:40 Grand Canyon Backpacking (3) Critical Review (National Park Service) NPS

    Grand Canyon Backpacking (3) Critical Review (National Park Service) NPS

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    A brief review of the Grand Canyon hiking and backpacking Information in parts 1 and 2 of this program. For Grand Canyon National Park Hiking FAQ, Go to this site: http://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/hiking-faq.htm

  • 05:47 Popular Seychelles Islands fellowship exchange: Marc Jean-Baptiste

    Seychelles Islands fellowship exchange: Marc Jean-Baptiste

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    Ranger Patrick Gamman interviews site manager Marc Jean-Baptiste from the Seychelles Islands about his experiences at Grand Canyon National Park while he was visiting here on a fellowship exchange.

  • 01:00 Mountain Lion Kittens

    Mountain Lion Kittens

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    In July, 2007, National Park Service biologists discovered 3 mountain lion kittens within Grand Canyon National Park. At five weeks old the kittens had blue eyes, spotted fur and a formidable growl. The kittens each weighed about five pounds. In this vide

  • 01:09 Archeology Day at Grand Canyon - Saturday March 19th, 2011

    Archeology Day at Grand Canyon - Saturday March 19th, 2011

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    At the Grand Canyon Visitor Center - 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., with special evening program at the Shrine of Ages at 7:30 p.m. All Archeology Day activities and programs are free of charge. (South Rim) http://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/arch_day.htm Join

  • 03:52 Grand Canyon Shaped Over Time: Ranger Minute (Geology)

    Grand Canyon Shaped Over Time: Ranger Minute (Geology)

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    In this Ranger Minute, Park Ranger Joseph Felgenhauer describes a simple way to remember how the Grand Canyon was shaped over time: D.U.D.E. The letters stand for: Deposition, Uplift, Down cutting and Erosion

  • 05:39 The Grand Canyon of France compared to the Grand Canyon of Arizona

    The Grand Canyon of France compared to the Grand Canyon of Arizona

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    The Grand Canyon of Arizona and the Grand Canyon of France have similarities and they have differences, both beautiful and both unique. Both are set aside for the enjoyment of people and both are for the protection of the natural world around us. In this

  • 07:18 2010 California Condor Release

    2010 California Condor Release

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    Field biologist Chris Parish and Eddie Feltes, along with Program Coordinator Kathy Sullivan, talk about the reintroduction of the California Condor and why they hold an annual public release. For more information about the California Condor program at Gr

  • 06:55 Archeological Excavation Tour - Insider's Look # 52

    Archeological Excavation Tour - Insider's Look # 52

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    What's it like to be given a guided tour of an archeological excavation in progress - at the bottom of the Grand Canyon? Join Insider's Look host, Ranger Patrick Gamman as he interviews park Environmental Education Specialist, Graciela Avila about her wor

  • 03:54 Lees Ferry Private Boaters Campsite Volunteers Help in Grand Canyon National Park.

    Lees Ferry Private Boaters Campsite Volunteers Help in Grand Canyon National Park.

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    In early February, 2010, five volunteers from Grand Canyons private boating community worked side-by-side with Grand Canyon National Park staff to improve the private boater camp at Lees Ferry. Crews defined camping pads, constructed trail and built fenci

  • 05:28 Scenic Free Shuttle Bus Route on Hermit Road (Red Route)

    Scenic Free Shuttle Bus Route on Hermit Road (Red Route)

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    Park Ranger Patrick Gamman takes a ride on the free RED / HERMIT shuttle, Grand Canyon's most scenic bus ride, and interviews the drivers for an inside look . On the scenic and historic Hermit Road, from March through November, the road is closed to priva

  • 09:39 Grand Canyon Backpacking (2) Expierience the Adventure (National Park Service) NPS

    Grand Canyon Backpacking (2) Expierience the Adventure (National Park Service) NPS

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    Hiking in the Grand Canyon is so demanding that even people in excellent condition often emerge sore and fatigued. Yet small children, senior citizens, and people with physical disabilities have successfully hiked the canyon. This video shows what it take

  • 08:15 Grand Canyon Backpacking (1) Essential Things To Know (National Park Service) NPS

    Grand Canyon Backpacking (1) Essential Things To Know (National Park Service) NPS

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    A Grand Canyon hike can be one of the most challenging and memorable experiences of a lifetime. But no hike in the canyon is easy: the terrain is steep, dry and rugged. This video is designed to help you plan for and enjoy your hike into the canyon's hars

  • 16:25 Visit Grand Canyon Archeological Sites Hidden For Centuries.

    Visit Grand Canyon Archeological Sites Hidden For Centuries.

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    Discover ancient places where people lived long ago. The National Park Service (NPS) and the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) excavated nine archaeological sites along the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon during three years of fieldwork. The NPS/MNA exc

  • 02:54 Teamwork in the Natural Word at Grand Canyon National Park

    Teamwork in the Natural Word at Grand Canyon National Park

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    In the natural world, when plants and animals benefit each other we call it a symbiotic relationship. In this Ranger Minute, Ranger Lori gives us some examples found in Grand Canyon National Park. For more information about how to plan your visit to Grand

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