It's mating season for tarantulas so the males are out and about at Zion National Park. Park officials say they are a rare sight and are docile creatures. Their venom is considered non toxic to humans but give them wide berth if visiting the park.
Mikayla Shoup, St. George News | PostedAug 7th - 1:38pm
The Zion National Park Forever Project’s centennial edition of the 2019 Field Guide to Forever Projects was released July 25, outlining the goals the program has for “protecting forever, improving today and informing tomorrow.”
Dozens of residents, some bearing signs of protest, turned out Monday for a Central Wasatch Commission meeting to give their input on a possible federal designation for the central Wasatch mountains. The designation involves more than 80,000 acres.
The golden trout is an incredibly rare species that can be found in remote parts of Utah. The trick is both finding — and catching — one of these beautiful creatures in the vast expanse of the Uinta Mountains.
Multiple trails at Zion National Park, including the popular Angels Landing, Upper Emerald Pools and Kayenta trails, are closed indefinitely because of rockfalls after several flash floods, park officials said Tuesday.