National Parks Facts Twitter Bot

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News from 9/3/2021 in Zion National Park: California Condor Nestling #1111 Fledges at Zion National Park https://t.co/T2U4EIBshq

— National Parks Facts (@natlparksfacts) September 3, 2021

Please prepare for the weather when visiting Arches. Arches is part of the Colorado Plateau, a "high desert" region that experiences wide temperature fluctuations, sometimes over 40 degrees in a single day.

— National Parks Facts (@natlparksfacts) September 22, 2021

If you are going to UT, check out Bryce Canyon National Park! For more information, visit https://t.co/ilVYYtnLvr

— National Parks Facts (@natlparksfacts) September 20, 2021

Here is a link to the Big Meadows Webcam webcam in Shenandoah: https://t.co/39e8dlzZ12

— National Parks Facts (@natlparksfacts) September 27, 2021

Bot built by Maggie Petrella, and hosted on Glitch. All facts are sourced from the National Parks Service API.

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