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The most serious battle being fought at Vicksburg National Military Park today, according to park staff, is against erosion, the process by which earth is carried away by wind or water.
Halloween brings a special magic to the transitional season of autumn, with its ghosts, goblins, spiders, snakes, owls and other critters with a reputation for being spooky!
The United States has some of the most marvelous rivers on the planet, but their contributions to its founding conflicts are often overlooked. Discover the roles they played in America’s wars.
The American Chestnut was almost a perfect tree, until blight killed more than three billion trees a century ago. Learn more about the organizations working to protect these majestic beauties that hold so much history.
The winter weather may have you thinking about hibernating to escape the cold, but there are some places that might make for interesting adventures – caves!
Welcome to Bat Week! With Halloween on the horizon, we’re seeing lots of scary images of ghosts, goblins, witches and bats! Bats, however, are not scary, nor just an image. They’re mammals, just like us. Bats are generally active at night, part of what causes fear in humans.