Squirrel drinks water from human visitor grand canyon 2018

Grand Canyon News Week of Jun 4, 2018

Viral tweet shows Grand Canyon visitor giving squirrel water, park discourages encounters
A video posted to Twitter showing a visitor giving a squirrel water at the Grand Canyon has gone viral since being posted this morning by ABC News.

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World’s highest glass bridge to open world’s highest bungee jump
For those who have successfully overcome their fears and walked the world’s highest glass-bottom bridge in China, it’s time to take things up a notch — and bungee off it.

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Kaibab National Forest, Grand Canyon National Park to implement additional fire restrictions starting June 8
The U.S. Forest Service and National Park Service will implement additional fire restrictions, also known as Stage II fire restrictions, across the North Kaibab Ranger District, and the South Rim, North Rim and Inner Canyon of Grand Canyon National Park beginning at 8 a.m. this Friday.

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Stubbornly steadfast, pack mules keep Grand Canyon moving
Thousands of years ago, in what’s now Turkey, someone bred a horse with a donkey. The mule was born, and the sturdy hybrids soon were put to work across the globe.

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Bear activity increases across Arizona, two cubs relocated
On May 28, AZGFD wildlife managers removed a sub-adult male bear from the north Phoenix neighborhood of Anthem that had previously been relocated from Prescott.

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