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Tuesday, October 24, 2017


Historic Fort Sumter’s parade ground flooded by storm surge from Hurricane Irma
America’s National Parks have recently taken huge hits from Mother Nature in the form of wildfires in the West, Hurricane Irma and Harvey (2017) and white house mandated budget cuts.

Crews begin clean up after Hurricane Irma at Cumberland Island National Seashore
Near historic water levels caused by Hurricane Irma flooded Fort Pulaski for the second time in less than a year. The fort was flooded by Hurricane Matthew in 2016.
Damaged moat wall at Fort Jefferson at the Dry Tortugas National Park
National Parks in the U.S. Virgin Islands suffered big damage.
But, true Americans don’t kick anyone or anything when they’re down. The National Parks need financial help.  Yes, so do a lot of other folks.  But if you do appreciate what the National Parks services do for us a few bucks from parks users will help. Click here for more donation info.
Hurricane Irma slammed an 8.78 foot storm surge into the Everglades National Park’s tour boat facilities causing significant damage.

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