25 Best National Park Service Podcasts
This collection contains a variety of topics about Yosemite National Park including cultural history, conservation efforts, and even career opportunities.
The series includes a variety of topics on Badlands National Park. Episodes include tips on spotting wildlife, entrance into the junior ranger program, and how the badlands formed over time.
Explore natural resource monitoring activities conducted by the Sonoran Desert Inventory & Monitoring Network and other associated National Park Service staff at NPS units in Arizona and New Mexico.
04:41 | Mar 14th, 2013
Sonaran Desert Network: This video summarizes streams monitoring conducted at Tumacácori National Historic Park on January 7, 2010.
Want to learn about the plants, animals, ecosystems, landscapes, and peoples of Canyonlands National Park? This series covers each of these areas in-depth.
This series includes information on lava, volcanoes, endangered species, and invasive species at Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.
A variety of videos on Glacier National Park are included in this series. Topics such as bear safety, bear research, camping in the backcountry, glaciers, climate change, and the park’s geologic history are discussed.
This collection features a multitude of enthralling videos which display the beauty of Yosemite National Park while explaining numerous natural features such as waterfalls, trees, rainbows, stars, mountains, and more.
A variety of topics on Everglades National Park are included such as how and why controlled fires are set in the park, habitat restoration projects, invasive species, and the benefits the park provides to patrons, volunteers, and park employees.
This series provides detailed guidance for planning a trip to Everglades National Park. Different sections of the park including the Ten Thousand Islands, Shark Valley, Flamingo, and Royal Palm are discussed by park rangers.
The series includes a variety of topics on Denali National Park. Episodes include stories, information on traditional practices, preserving wildlife and the environment, history, personal experiences from park patrons, safety information, and more.
This series discusses various aspects of Redwood National and State Parks including park restoration, animal life, and plant life.
This collection gives information for planning a trip to Yellowstone. A wide variety of topics are covered including notable sites, hiking, backpacking, lodging, travelling with kids and pets, fishing, boating, eating, and weather.
This series contains two videos, one on the rich history of Piute Creek and another on the endangered species Mojave tui chub.
Get lessons in American history as you explore different facets of national parks around the country.
04:22 | Mar 14th, 2013
Learn about a dangerous but fulfilling journey taken by Lewis and Clark over 200 years ago while gaining and appreciation for the natural surroundings.
This series contains great information for those who will be hiking the Grand Canyon. A variety of topics are discussed, including safety measures to take, camping suggestions, and how to preserve the canyon.
Learn about the various facets of Grand Canyon National Park through watching this collection. Topics on art, celebrations, preservation, and much more are discussed. There are even a few humorous folk tales.
This series gives the viewer a well-rounded understanding of how to navigate the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Emphasis is placed on how to preserve the park and the importance of doing so.
This collection covers a variety of hiking trails and includes information on water safety.
This series emphasizes the management of physical and biological resources of national parks in Alaska. The rate in which glaciers are receding over time is discussed frequently; the glaciers are shown to be indicators of global climate change.
Are you interested in destructive supervolcanoes and ferocious wildlife? If so, this collection is for you. The geological features of the park’s supervolcano are discussed along with wildlife including aquatic animals, bears, and wolves.
This collection discusses the role of archaeology at Fort Vancouver, artifacts at Fort Vancouver, technology used in archaeological research, and Archaeology Month at Grand Canyon National Park.
Historical perspectives regarding various aspects of the national park service are included in this collection. Topics included the history of natural resource conservation, the historical significance of select structures built in national parks, an...Show More
This collection discusses how various Native American tribes have influenced different regions of North America. Native American tribe members also share their cultural heritage and love for the Earth.
This collection is dedicated to the history of the Revolutionary War. Native American, African American, and French perspectives are included along with discussion of the Muhlenberg Brigade cabins, George Washington, the commander-in-chief's guard, a...Show More
Various national park locations of significant cultural interest are discussed in this collection.