The Sounds Of Yellowstone National Park Remind Us Why It's Worth Preserving

By Chris McGonigal

On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed a law protecting the lands that are now Yellowstone National Park, creating America’s first national park.

For 145 years, Yellowstone ― which stretches from Wyoming to parts of Montana and Idaho ― has been the inspiration for countless works of art and awe-inspiring photo shoots. But one thing visitors might take for granted are the soundscapes they hear when visiting these treasured national parks.

In 2013, Yellowstone National Park partnered with the Acoustic Atlas at Montana State University to make a collection of …read more

Source:: Huffington Post Green


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