Photos: Treasures Under Threat from Mining

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Grand Canyon, Credit: NPSHavasupai Falls, Credit: runnr_az, Flickr.comAerial of Grand Canyon, Credit: NPS
     
A Panoramic view of the Grand Canyon from Pima Point on the west rim drive.  Mandatory Photo Credit: National Park ServiceHavasupai Falls available through a creative commons license on Flickr.  Mandatory Credit: runnr_az (Jon Roig), Flickr.com Looking north up Marble Canyon where the Colorado and Little Colorado Rivers meet.  Mandatory Photo Credit: Mark Lellouch, National Park Service
     
President Roosevelt in the Grand Canyon, Credit: Library of CongressHiking in the Grand Canyon, Credit: NPSRafting in the Grand Canyon, Credit: NPS
     
President Roosevelt mounted for a ride in the Grand Canyon, Arizona.  Date of photo unknown.  Mandatory Photo Credit: Library of Congress Hikers descent steep switchbacks through the redwall limestone on the Bright Angel Trail about Indian Gardens in the Grand Canyon.  Mandatory Photo Credit: Mike Quinn, National Park ServiceBoating down the Colorado River below Havasu Creek in the Grand Canyon.  Mandatory Photo Credit: Mark Lellouch, National Park Service
     
Mule Deer in the Grand Canyon, Credit: NPSBighorn Sheep, Credit: NPSCondor in Grand Canyon Park, Credit: NPS
     
Mule Deer frequent the south rim village area in Grand Canyon National Park.  Mandatory Photo Credit: National Park ServiceA pair of bighorn sheep in the inner gorge of Grand Canyon National Park.  Mandatory Photo Credit: Mark Lellouch, National Park ServiceA California Condor near the south rim village of the Grand Canyon National Park.  Mandatory Photo Credit: Mark Lellouch, National Park Service
     
Double Arch, Credit: NPSYosemite Park, Credit: NPS Canyonlands Park, Credit: NPS
     

Double Arch at Arches National Park.  The park preserves over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, like the world-famous Delicate Arch, as well as many other unusual rock formations.  Mandatory Photo Credit: National Park Service  (Image Source URL)

Yosemite National Park, one of the first wilderness parks in the United States, is best known for its waterfalls, but within its nearly 1,200 square miles, you can find deep valleys, grand meadows, ancient giant sequoias, a vast wilderness area, and much more.  Mandatory Photo Credit: National Park Service (Image Source URL)Chesler Park at Canyonlands National Park.  Mandatory Photo Credit: National Park Service  (Image Source URL