NPRES

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NPRESNational Preserve (US National Park Service
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Dunigan countered proposals by his investors to develop the land (ideas included a ski resort, a racetrack, and a luxury home development) and in 2000, 20 years after his death, Dunigan's descendants honored his desire to preserve the property by selling it to the federal government, which established Valles Caldera National Preserve.
The area, known for its spectacular vistas and intact stretch of historic Route 66, would connect the Mojave National Preserve to the north with Joshua Tree National Park to the south.
But when he and his family arrived in the Sunshine State in pursuit of sailing, he wasn't inspired to point his lens at much of anything--not even in Big Cypress National Preserve, one of the most photogenic landscapes in the larger Everglades ecosystem.
They will meet with wildlife officials and nongovernmental organization leaders in places like Yellowstone National Park, Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve.
Look at a map of Mojave National Preserve, deep in the heart of the California desert, and you'll see a huge notch carved out along the border of Nevada--like a slice of birthday cake removed before anyone was able to blow out the candles.
Many had never visited a national park, yet they live within a few hours of two of the most significant places on Earth: Joshua Tree National Park and Mojave National Preserve.
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