Annual Bird Walk and Breakfast to be Held in Theodore Roosevelt National Park

The Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association invites birders of all ages and experience levels to participate in the 58th Annual Bird Walk on Sunday, June 3. The walk will start at 6:30 a.m. MDT in the Cottonwood Campground in the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

The casual one-hour stroll will meander along the Little Missouri River in search of as many bird species as possible. Each year, 40-50 species are heard and seen during this popular event.

North Dakota Travel and Tourism Week celebrates the state's third-largest industry

Tourism attractions and destinations celebrate with activities and prizes

Bismarck, N.D. - To celebrate North Dakota's tourism industry and kick off the summer travel season, Gov. Jack Dalrymple has declared May 5 -13 "North Dakota Travel and Tourism Week." It's held in conjunction with National Travel and Tourism Week, an annual salute to the tourism and travel industry that highlights the industry's benefits and importance to communities and Americans.

Picture Yourself at Theodore Roosevelt National Park During National Park Week

Springtime is upon us and Theodore Roosevelt National Park is the perfect place to visit and explore during National Park Week, April 21 - 29. Visits to the park during this annual celebration will be free, as the National Park Service is offering free entrance at all of its 397 parks which regularly charge fees.

"Picture Yourself in a National Park" is the focus of this year's National Park Week. As part of the festivities, the park's new film will premier on Saturday, April 21 at 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. MDT in the South Unit Visitor Center.

Park Elk Reduction Finished Ahead of Schedule

The National Park Service is moving into the maintenance phase of the Elk Management Plan in Theodore Roosevelt National Park this fall, after two highly successful elk reduction efforts during 2010-2011.

"Outstanding efforts by park staff and nearly 400 volunteers resulted in the removal of 868 elk from the park over the past two years," said Superintendent Valerie J. Naylor. "We have met our goal of reducing the population of elk in the South Unit."

Get out and enjoy January in North Dakota

Winter in North Dakota has been mild so far. Take advantage of the opportunity to get outside in relative comfort and do some getting around, whether by dog sled, snowmobile, skis or snowshoes. To find more information about events in North Dakota in January, or for a complete list of activities, go to NDtourism.com; 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.

Winter Ag Expo
January 10-11
Jamestown Civic Center

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