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Archive for April, 2012
Guess who’s going to be sharing her beautiful photos on Yosemite Blog?
Frogs are thought to be the first indicator when something goes awry in the environment. If there are no frogs around, you can bet something is up. With how much we’ve managed to pollute the environment, it’s no wonder frog populations are declining world wide.
Yosemite Falls Trail will be closed on Wed, 4/18 for trail work including blasting. Blasting is commonly used where pry bars and hand tools are not enough to cut through the hard granite of Yosemite.
You probably don’t think of Yosemite and “world class angling” in the same sentence. But check out this 17.4lb fish caught just a few miles up the road from Yosemite?
In case you’ve been living in the deep woods or a cave in Yosemite (local joke), next year marks the 150th Anniversary of the signing of the Yosemite Grant by Abraham Lincoln.
Here’s a pretty cool way you can spend Earth Day from the Yosemite Conservancey, spend it with John Muir and his great-great-grandson!
Here’s a great time lapse video from Michael Maloney of Yosemite Valley.