Archive for September, 2018

The New Forest National Park

The New Forest National Park

Families flock from all over the country for the ancient woodland, open moors, heathland and cliff top walks at the New Forest in the South of England. The New Forest National Park is preserved by English authorities, as 90% the property of Her Majesty, for the peace and tranquility of […]

by September 28, 2018
The Rarest Animals of the UK’s National Parks

The Rarest Animals of the UK’s National Parks

Following up on our previous piece on the rarest animals of America’s national parks, we thought it was time we took a look at the rarest animals of British national parks too. Although nowhere near as diverse as the American continent, the British Isles are host a to a large […]

by September 18, 2018
Literature and National Parks of the US

Literature and National Parks of the US

Since they were first created a hundred or so years ago, the national parks of the United States have occupied a unique position in the public mythos. Some of the modern continent’s most treasured writers have drawn upon the wild and untamed landscapes for inspiration, and you can still visit […]

by September 14, 2018
The Rarest Animals of North American National Parks

The Rarest Animals of North American National Parks

North America is a huge and diverse continent, spanning many thousands of miles. This variation in climates and biomes has allowed a wealth of interesting and unique species to flourish across the ancient landscape, many millions of years before humans arrived on the scene – let alone modern European settlers. […]

by September 7, 2018
National Park Mysteries

National Park Mysteries

There are over 500 million acres of National Park land in the USA alone, covering the full range of climates and landscapes. These wild and untamed regions are a magnet for the adventurous and prospective explorers – but that same remoteness also gives them a mysterious air. Literally thousands of […]

by September 6, 2018