Inside Glacier

Project updates and news about how your donations are making a difference.

Photo Contest: Picture Perfect Glacier Postcard

Photo Contest: Picture Perfect Glacier Postcard

Calling all photographers! How would you like to see your picture on a postcard sold in all Glacier Conservancy Park Stores? You have the chance to do just that in our Picture Perfect Glacier Postcard Photo Contest. We're looking for an incredible photo of St. Mary...

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Supporting Teachers In The Flathead Valley

Supporting Teachers In The Flathead Valley

In late January, eight teachers from around the Flathead Valley participated in an ongoing workshop in Glacier National Park. The new workshop, called Flathead Watershed Through The Seasons, is made possible by your generous donations and through a special...

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Glacier Is For Lovers

Glacier Is For Lovers

It's almost Valentine's Day! Wear your heart on your sleeve with these extra special gifts from the Glacier Conservancy Park Store. 100% of the proceeds will help preserve and protect Glacier National Park for future generations. Now that's true love.Glacier Love1....

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Goat Tracking 3.0

Goat Tracking 3.0

Photo: NPS Right now, park scientists are tracking and monitoring 10 mountain goats in Glacier as part of a multi-year study on overall goat populations in the park. Your donations to the Glacier Conservancy are making this important research possible for one of...

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A New Loo with a View in Two Medicine

A New Loo with a View in Two Medicine

Photo: Tony Bynum Photography If you cross country ski or snowshoe in Glacier's Two Medicine Valley this winter, you might notice a pleasant convenience in this rugged wilderness. A new, fully accessible double-stall vault toilet is now available year-round. Your...

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10 Essentials For Your Trip To Glacier

10 Essentials For Your Trip To Glacier

Already planning your next trip to Glacier? Summer may be several months away, but it's a busy time in the park, so it's important to plan ahead. Get the gear you need to help make your trip as enjoyable as possible. Check out these 10 trip essentials from the Glacier...

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Bats In Glacier

Bats In Glacier

Happy Halloween! Not only is today one of the spookiest days of the year, but it also marks the final day of Bat Week 2019. Contrary to popular belief, bats aren't as scary as you might think. In fact, bats play incredibly important roles in our ecosystems, and Bat...

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Glacier’s Webcams

Glacier’s Webcams

Did you get to watch the incredible sunrise in Glacier National Park this morning? Whether you're physically in the park or not, you can experience amazing moments like this via the park's webcams. Your support of the Glacier Conservancy has funded several new...

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It’s Hawk Watch Season

It’s Hawk Watch Season

While you're exploring in Glacier National Park this fall, look up to the sky for a moment. You might see one or more of the many birds of prey migrating south for the winter. In fact, this migration route is one of the most important for golden eagles in North...

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Glacier Conservation Corps

Glacier Conservation Corps

Did you know your donations to the Glacier Conservancy provide life-changing opportunities for youth, local tribal members, and veterans? Through a special partnership with the Montana Conservation Corps, participants in the Glacier Conservation Corps are able to...

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Preventative Search and Rescue

Preventative Search and Rescue

Your support of the Glacier Conservancy helps fund the park's Preventative Search and Rescue (PSAR) Program, and reduces preventable accidents and injuries in Glacier National Park. The program empowers park visitors, employees, and partners to raise awareness about...

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An Interview With Glacier’s Lynx Biologist

An Interview With Glacier’s Lynx Biologist

This magnificent creature is a Canada lynx. They are rare and elusive predators native to Glacier National Park and are so mysterious that they have earned the nickname, the “shadow of the forest.” They have been studied very little in the park — until now. Your...

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