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Landscape & Wildlife Conservation

A flock of herons fly low over marsh lands

Landscape & Wildlife Conservation

By supporting the National Park Service in conservation projects and land acquisition, NPF is protecting the very things that draw us to national parks: the shared land and natural wonders of our parks.

A black bear climbs over large rocks
Bear Tracks

What happens when bears are relocated from parks? One bear traveled 1,000 miles back to her home in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

  • White shark photographed underwater
    Is That Seaweed or Some-Fin Else?

    NPF funded research is helping track great white sharks, protecting the species, and enabling public safety officials to use science to educate the public on the risk of recreating in the waters off Cape Cod National Seashore.

  • A group of people, working under a pop-up tent, put together a wooden structure
    Restoring Timucuan

    How a group of park rangers, scientists, and teenagers are working together to restore Timucuan's shorelines.

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