STAFF BLOG MONKE BUSINESS Wendy Ross named superintendent of TNRP
The National Park Services choice for the next superintendent of Theodore Roosevelt National Park was already in the position.
The NPS on Wednesday officially announced Wendy Ross the new head of t... Posted on 6/18/15 at 1:00 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS: NEWS FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH HERALD OUTDOOR WRITER BRAD DOKKEN Theodore Roosevelt National Park culls 46 elk during annual maintenance
The National Park Service reported today that it has completed its elk maintenance for the year at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, culling 46 elk in the parks South Unit from Nov. 5 to Dec. 5.
In a... Posted on 12/12/13 at 3:13 PM
STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH Photo blog: A day at Theodore Roosevelt National Park
MEDORA, N.D. - I took a break from Oil Patch reporting on Saturday and spent the day with family in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
I didn't notice many signs of oil development while we explored... Posted on 8/6/12 at 7:03 AM
MEDORA, NORTH DAKOTA July in Medora!
July in Medora, ND
The month of July marks the middle of the summer. If you haven't made it out to Medora yet, now is a great time! If you already have, come visit us again as there is so much more to... Posted on 6/26/12 at 11:39 AM
Photographer captures Theodore Roosevelt park’s majestic bands of free-roaming animals
THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK, N.D. -- It was a wild horse showing of love and then of a fight to remember. The stallion didn’t want “his mare” to leave. When she did start to prance away, to retrieve their foal napping on the other side of the hill, he tried to stop her. But Molly stood up to her mate Red Face -- so named because he has a red face in sharp contrast to his blue-roan body. She took off anyway, returning shortly with their baby.
MEDORA, N.D. -- Neil and Laura Tangen have a message for the 50,000 guests to their trail ride operation in the heart of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
“It’s been so very good riding with you,” they say.
WATFORD CITY — Theodore Roosevelt would have been proud to watch birders in his namesake national park turn their binoculars to the sky Saturday in the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park for the 113th annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count.
An elk left its Theodore Roosevelt National Park home last winter and spent most of the cold season close to the Yellowstone River near Wibaux, Mont. Other elk often wander outside the park’s boundaries but usually return, wildlife biologist Wade Jones said.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK — While much of Saturday’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park Elkhorn Ranch Unit expedition hosted by Friends of TRNP was about experiencing the smallest and least accessible part of park first-hand, it was also about awareness of threats to the historic site that our nation’s 26th once called home.
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