Grand Canyon News Week of Sept 11th 2017

Jaguar Seen on Video Roaming AZ Wilderness Is 1 of Only 3 Spotted in US
Wildlife conservationists released new video footage on Thursday of a wild jaguar trekking through southern Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains.

Source:  www.ktla.com
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Jaguar Seen on Video Roaming Arizona Wilderness Is 1 of Only 3 Spotted in U.S. in Recent Years

Jaguar Seen on Video Roaming Arizona Wilderness Is 1 of Only 3 Spotted 2017

Phantom Ranch reservations: Online lottery replaces call-in system
The days of to get through on jammed phone lines to reserve one of the few beds at the bottom of the Grand Canyon are over.

Source:  www.azcentral.com
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Tough hunters sought to cull bison in Grand Canyon
The National Park Service plans to thin a herd of bison in the Grand Canyon through roundups and by seeking volunteers who are physically fit and proficient with a gun to kill the animals that increasingly are damaging park resources, the Associated Press reports.

Source:  www.spokesman.com
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Anne Paparella to cross Grand Canyon for brain cancer awareness
Anne Paparella of Kilmarnock recently announced she will again be crossing the Grand Canyon for brain cancer awareness.

Source:  www.rrecord.com
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