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image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Shortly after the United States entered World War II, the Marine Corps began recruiting and training Navajo men to devel" - 1845817732396008520
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Shortly after the United States entered World War II, the Marine Corps began recruiting and training Navajo men to develop and use an unbreakable military code based on their language. Fighting in the battles of Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Tinian and Saipan, saved lives by signaling enemy movements, transmitting orders and coordinating attacks under fire. Despite earning the respect of their fellow soldiers and marines, Code Talkers received no recognition on the home front. We honor them now on August 14 -- Navajo Code Talkers Day.

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Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Watch out for bison jams at #Yellowstone National Park. As nice as wildlife like bison look, they’re wild and unpredicta" at Yellowstone National Park - 1845367751860210837

Watch out for bison jams at National Park. As nice as wildlife like bison look, they’re wild and unpredictable. Remember to never approach wildlife. The safest -- and often best -- view of wildlife is from inside a car. Always stay at least 100 yards away from bears and wolves, and at least 25 yards away from all other animals, including bison and elk. Be sure to stay in your vehicle if you encounter a wildlife jam, and do not feed wildlife. Animals that become dependent on human food may become aggressive toward people and have to be killed. Take the to protect the landscape, wildlife and yourself at our nation’s first park. Photo @yellowstonenps by Service.

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Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "After a thrilling day of hiking, biking, fishing, boating and birdwatching, settle into the sand at Indiana Dunes Nation" at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore - 1845109901736901467

After a thrilling day of hiking, biking, fishing, boating and birdwatching, settle into the sand at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore and watch the sunset over . The colorful skies and breaking waves make this a perfect summer experience. Photo by Rafi Wilkerson, National Park Service.

Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "What a sight! Despite being one of the snowiest places in #Oregon, the last signs of winter have finally disappeared fro" at Crater Lake National Park - 1844379156915673248

What a sight! Despite being one of the snowiest places in , the last signs of winter have finally disappeared from National Park. The melted snow recharges the lake, home to some of the clearest waters in the world. Enjoy amazing views of this sapphire jewel on a hike, ride or drive on Rim Road. Photo by Nathanael Asaro (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "#OTD in 1865, Gifford Pinchot -- the “Father of American Forestry” -- was born. As the first chief of the U.S. Forest Se" at Maroon Bells - 1843666011855050425
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in 1865, Gifford Pinchot -- the “Father of American Forestry” -- was born. As the first chief of the U.S. Forest Service, Pinchot was instrumental in establishing the American conservation ethic over a century ago. Pinchot believed in managing our land according to the best science, best practices, greatest good, longest term. Today, Pinchot’s philosophy of multiple use continues to influence the mission of federal agencies like the U.S. Forest Service and Interior’s Bureau of Land Management. Photo of Maroon Bells in Colorado by Sagarika Roy (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "#LakeSuperior's rugged shoreline invites boaters to explore the beautiful Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore with its mil" at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore - 1843188035715602918

's rugged shoreline invites boaters to explore the beautiful Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore with its miles of colorful sandstone cliffs and long stretches of sandy beaches. For those interested in exploring more than just the shoreline, @picturedrocksnps’s inland lakes are the perfect place to enjoy a moment of peace in ’s northwoods. Photo by Courtney Kotewa (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Here’s a fun post for . This momma bear and her three cubs were recently spotted at the Frazer viewing area in National in . These are of the year -- meaning they were born in the den this January or February and this is their first summer in the world. They are mostly nursing but love to eat the the scraps of salmon that mom shares. As you can see, they are also excellent nappers. Video by Lisa Hupp, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (@usfws).

Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "On August 9, 1916, #LassenVolcanic National Park in #California was established. Home to steaming fumaroles, meadows fre" at Lassen Volcanic National Park - 1842461612361332616

On August 9, 1916, National Park in was established. Home to steaming fumaroles, meadows freckled with wildflowers, clear mountain lakes and numerous volcanoes, Lassen was brought to the world stage on May 22, 1915, when Lassen Peak erupted. This event helped pave the way for the establishment of the park a little over a year later. Over 100 years after the park was established, Lassen Volcanic still offers visitors the chance to discover its remarkable volcanoes, roaring fumaroles, thumping mud pots, boiling pools and more. Photo @lassennps of Lassen Peak at sunset reflected in Manzanita Lake by Jeff Siege (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "There’s nothing quite like a wetlands summer #sunset. The #colorful sky reflects in the still water as the chorus of fro" at Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge - 1842209038361994184

There’s nothing quite like a wetlands summer . The sky reflects in the still water as the chorus of frogs and crickets grows louder and louder. At National in , ducks, terns and herons swoop down to find their last snacks before returning to their nests. Grab a comfortable seat by the bog or on the edge of the forest and enjoy the show! Photo by Inna Malostovker (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Exit Glacier is the only part of #KenaiFjords #NationalPark in #Alaska accessible by road. From the Nature Center, visit" at Kenai Fjords National Park - 1841735252139560053

Exit Glacier is the only part of in accessible by road. From the Nature Center, visitors can explore trails, walk very close to an active glacier or take a ranger-led walk. It’s a place where you can witness up close how glaciers re-shape a landscape and learn how plant life reclaims the barren rocky land exposed by a glacier's retreat. In the summer, the blooms and endless views make the experience magical. Photo @kenaifjordsnps by Catherine Danley (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Looks like this baby mountain lion 🐯 is paws-itively excited to celebrate #InternationalCatDay. One of the largest cats " at Grand Canyon National Park - 1841484645008723035

Looks like this baby mountain lion 🐯 is paws-itively excited to celebrate . One of the largest cats in North America, mountain lions reach 8 feet long from nose to tail and weight around 150 pounds (females are smaller). Mountain lions are born spotted, with blue eyes and rings on their tails, but by the time they are adults, they will generally be tawny or grayish in color without spots, have a white underbelly and a black-tipped tail. Researchers took this photo of a cute mountain lion kitten at National Park in Arizona. The kitten, along with its two siblings, was fitted with a uniquely numbered ear tag for future identification, which help researchers track the movements of mountain lions in the park. Photo by Service.

Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Check out this stunning night sky photo at the beautiful #RubyBeach in #Washington’s Olympic National Park. Evan Kokoska" at Olympic National Park - 1841012427145465166
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Check out this stunning night sky photo at the beautiful in ’s Olympic National Park. Evan Kokoska went to get sunset pictures, but when that didn’t pan out, he stayed for the consolation prize -- the . Of the experience, he says, I “framed the rising Galactic Core at about mid-tide while the partial moon was just setting (which provided just a touch of natural light for the landscape). I love the challenge of working reflections with the tide and was grateful that it was a fairly warm evening. As can also happen on the Pacific coast, there was a slight marine layer of fog (as was quite evident when I turned on my headlamp), but this was fairly manageable.” Photo @olympicnationalpark courtesy of Evan Kokoska (@evankokoska). Single Image Nikon 850 Irix 15 mm f/2.4 @ ISO 16000 30 sec. LR + PS.