10, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- President Barack Obama has designated Pinnacles National Monument as Pinnacles National Park.
What does PINN stand for?
PINN stands for Pinnacles National Monument (US National Park Service)
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As a result, visitors are going on bat walks at Pinnacles National Monument in California and Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico, attending night-skies talks by the "dark rangers" at Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, and witnessing an annual night-sky festival at Acadia National Park in Maine--an event so popular last year that visitors had to wait in hour-long lines at the telescopes.
Recently, biologists discovered that Pinnacles National Monument in California supports over 400 species of native bees, more than any other place in North America.
Chalone Vineyard is located high in the Gavilan Mountain range at the Pinnacles National Monument in Monterey County, California.
Today more than 150 condors live in the wild, and more than 70 spread their 9-foot-wingspan over California's skies, including parks like Pinnacles National Monument south of San Francisco; 150 condors live in captivity.
Top picks for summer 2009 include: * Hiking the Cypress groves at Point Lobos State Nature Reserve * Kayak Surfing or indulging in a naturalist-led tour to Stillwater Cove * Chilling with "Sea Monsters 3-D" at the IMAX theatre on Cannery Row * Getting fishy with a new Behind the Scenes Tour at Monterey Bay Aquarium * Trekking through the "Salad Bowl of the World" on an agricultural tour * Biking along Pebble Beach's renowned 17-Mile Drive * Rock climbing/hiking the conical Pinnacles National Monument * Scouting the natural hot springs and hidden waterfalls of Big Sur * Mountain biking the new line-up of off track trails at Fort Ord * SCUBA diving the fish-rich waters off San Carlos Beach * Hammering down your handicap at 25 local golf courses
He interned and then became a ranger at Alcatraz, worked at Pinnacles National Monument, and is now at Yosemite, where he works in Jen Nersesian's outreach office, meeting with community and school groups, preaching the gospel of Yosemite.
Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and Pinnacles National Monument to facilitate the condors' recovery.