#FindYourPark Photo Challenge to Celebrate the National Park Service’s 101st Birthday

August 28, 2017

In honor of the National Park Service’s 101st Birthday, my friends over at the Nature Tech Family blog decided to host another #FindYourPark photo challenge. I participated in the challenge on Twitter and wanted to share the my challenge photos with those of you who are not on the platform. 

Day 1 – “Astronomy”

Day 2 – “Favorite Sky”

Day 3 – “Camping”

Day 4 – “Sandy Spots”

Day 5 – “Special Days”

Day 6 – “Snow”

Day 7 – “Best Wildlife Encounter”

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Do you love parks and public lands? Join #ParkChat!

Each Wednesday night at 9 pm EDT there is an online Twitter chat called #ParkChat. Anyone who loves or wants to learn more about experiencing our national parks and public lands is welcome to join. All you need is a Twitter account. Once you are online, just use the hastag #ParkChat to find the group chat. Questions are posed each week by the hosts (@59NationalParks and @Wild_Tribute) or a special guest host. Besides the weekly chat, I have formed some great friendships with the participants and enjoy ongoing events like the above #FindYourPark photo challenge. 

By Sara Beth

Sara Beth is a digital geek with a passion for all things National Parks, Road Trips, Genealogy, and Cheese. Her early years were spent in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin. After college graduation, she moved to Las Vegas, fell in love, and adopted a dog. Today, she lives with her husband and their dog in the suburbs of Washington, DC.

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