Bald eagle in Arizona (Photo: Michael Ging, AZR)

Grand Canyon News Week of Mar 26, 2018

Valdez: Do we really need eagles over the Grand Canyon?
Bald eagles could go extinct in Grand Canyon National Park by 2050 as global warming brings warmer, drier conditions that will change vegetation and wildlife patterns, according to a report by the Audubon Society and the National Park Service.

Source: www.azcentral.com
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Bald eagle in Arizona (Photo: Michael Ging, AZR)

Bald eagle in Arizona (Photo: Michael Ging, AZR)

Grand Canyon NP testing wells to replenish drinking water

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. — The National Park Service is installing a test well and two monitoring wells to determine if underground water sources could be a feasible replacement for Grand Canyon National Park’s Transcanyon Pipeline, which supplies drinking water to the park, St. George News reports.

Source: www.fox13now.com
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Group of blind veterans prepare to kayak down Grand Canyon
A group of blind veterans who have been training at the National Whitewater Center in Charlotte this week are planning to kayak down the Grand Canyon later this summer

Source: www.spectrumlocalnews.com
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If walking to the edge of the Grand Canyon isn’t enough, try zip …
A Grand Canyon resort is offering adventurous travelers the chance to ride a zip line at speeds up to 50 mph “nearly 1,000 feet above the floor of a spectacular side canyon.”

Source: www.sanluisobispo.com
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