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SeKi has well over a foot of snow!
Thanks to Chris Publiski for sharing this image of the snow covered Mark Twain Stump. The Mark Twain Tree is a giant sequoia that was cut down in 1891 to display in the New York Museum of Natural History and the British Museum of Natural History in London. You can still see the slices today.
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The Bay Area Travel & Adventure Show is this weekend in Santa Clara, February 7 & 8. Stop by booth 422 for a chance to win special lodging offers and climb our rock wall...See you there!
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Find your ultimate photo opp this fall with the new Fall Photography Package! Join renowned wildlife photographer Jeff Jones for a half-day photography workshop, along with a two-night stay at Wuksachi, daily breakfasts, and a reception. This is exclusively available on Oct. 24 and Nov. 14, so be sure to book quickly!
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Big milestone coming up this month - it's the 98th birthday of the National Park Service!
Celebrate with fee-free entrance into the parks on Monday, Aug. 25! Be sure to wish any rangers a happy birthday!
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The Making of a Modern Day Chief: Charlie Cooke
Please Join Us for a Special Campfire Program July 15 - 8-9 p.m. - Lodgepole Campfire – Sequoia National Park, Lodgepole Campground Amphitheater (near Loop B)

Dr. Mary Louise Contini Gordon, author, will take you on a photographic journey about Chumash Chief Charlie Cooke from her recent book, TIQ SLO’W: The Making of a Modern Day Chief. Charlie Cooke collaborated with national and state parks and their leaders at sites in Chumash territory along the California Coast. The story includes the relentless dedication of this cowboy, truck driver, and war veteran to American Indian sites/culture and national and state parks—in some cases one and the same.
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Learn how to ID animals, wild foods & more at @NatlParkService's ranger-led Investigation Station, all wk 2:30-3:30 http://ow.ly/yHUIu
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Can't wait to try out the delicious new menu items Chef Graham has cooking at #ThePeaks at #Wuksachi http://ow.ly/yHV4G
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7/12/2014 
Family Birding Walk 

Take a break from your family vacation! Join us for a short walk to introduce the whole family to successfully identifying song birds in the Sierra. This walk will teach you to spot and recognize birds easily seen in other national parks. Watch how the whole family becomes quietly excited watching birds in Sequoia National Park. Binoculars supplied. Location: Wuksachi Lodge Duration: 1.5 hours Ages: 5 and older Rated: easy Cost: free 
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Dark Sky Festival schedule of events is now available. To download a pdf version, visit our website at http://www.visitsequoia.com/special-events.aspx.
#darkskyfestival   #sequoianationalpark   #kingscanyonnationalpark  
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Sanger neighbors are launching a new transit service to take residents & visitors into the parks as of summer 2015! http://ow.ly/yKQnH
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