If you’re sitting over at Grandma’s this Christmas and that awkward silence creeps in, grab your phone and take a virtual tour of Yosemite.
You’ve probably figured out that this year marks the 150th Anniversary of the Yosemite Grant Act. You haven’t you say? Well! Let me explain it to you then.
Sounds like they have some pretty cool items. This is definitely one you’re not going to want to miss.
Check out the latest installment from the fine folks at Yosemite Nature Notes.
Yosemite has long been the inspiration for some of the worlds finest painters and this summer you can check out their work and learn more about their influence on Yosemite in a new exhibit entitled Yosemite Viewed: Landscape Paintings of the 19th and 20th Centuries.
While the members of that first expedition of the Mariposa Battalion had heard rumours of what could be found up the Merced River, none were prepared for what they saw March 27, 1851
Got some down time? Need something to do while you’re waiting for your husband at the dentist office? Grab these books and add them to your library.
The gray wolf was thought to be a pest and, like the California Grizzly, eradicated in the 1920’s. This marks the first time a wild gray wolf has been in California in almost 100 years.
Don’t miss the newest Yosemite Nature Notes: Black Oaks. Spend a few minutes and enjoy the beauty and history of Yosemite.
When people say name the most influential person in the creation of Yosemite the National Park almost certainly the first name that comes to mind is John Muir, but there’s a man that even John Muir looked up to for his stewardship of the land and belief that it needed protecting.