Nevada Historical Society Museum Reno, Nevada 15,000 years of Nevada history

Audio Journeys explore Nevada Historical Society Museum, Reno Nevada. We discover 15,000 years of Nevada History.

Mammoth Cave National Park, Louisville Kentucky World's Longest Cave

Audio Journeys explore Mammoth Cave National Park, Louisville, Kentucky. Mammoth Cave is the world’s longest and most diverse cave system with over 350 surveyed miles. This is...

Itasca State Park, Minnesota Headwaters (disputed) of Mississippi River

Audio Journeys explore the (disputed) headwaters of the Mississippi River with park rangers. A trail takes us to a spring coming out of the ground in the Minnesota mountains. ...

Yosemite National Park in Spring A Tram Ride through the park

Audio Journeys explore Yosemite National Park, California via a tram. Spring is a great time to visit Yosemite; when birds and wildflowers flowers abound. Our tour guide tells us...

Tamastslikt Cultural Center Pendleton Oregon Eastern Oregon Native American Life...Past...Present...Future

Audio Journeys explore the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute in Pendleton Oregon. This 35,000 square foot cultural center is a working monument to the past, present and future of...

St. Croix US Virgin Island Exploring on horseback and with boats

St. Croix is largest of the three Caribbean islands in the US Virgin Islands. We go off the beaten path on horseback and in a boat.

Mammoth Site of Hot Springs South Dakota An In-Situ Paleontology Museum

The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs South Dakota announced in 2011 it now has discoverd 60 specimens of prehistoric animals in this unique paleontological site, where more than 26,000...

San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park Audio Journeys are on a photo safari exploring San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park

Patricia Lawrence is riding in the back of a Photo Safari truck at San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park. These trucks are one of several ways visitors can get up close to some of the...

Death Valley, The Name Borax Museum and Historic Inn

Death Valley National Park is the lowest and the hotest place in North America. Patricia Lawrence explores Death Valley to find out about the name, the borox industry and the...

Prehistoric California at Sonoma State Parks

Archeology meets paleontology on the Sonoma Coast of California where State Parks archeologist, Breck Parkman and others have made discovers of the existence of Columbian...

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