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    The National Pen is currently on hiatus.

    According to The National Enquirer, The National Park Service is looking into whether to permanently shut down the popular campground, which features an iconic moose statue and a view of the Grand Canyon.

    The National Parks Conservation Association (NPPA) has also voiced concerns that the park could be forced to close, citing the cost of relocating the moose.

    “We encourage the Park Service to find a more effective and economical solution to ensure that moose continue to nest in the National Parks.” “

    The National Park system is home to more than 12 million acres of land, including national parks, national forests, wildlife refuges, and national wildlife refloats, and more than half of all moose in the United States. “

    We encourage the Park Service to find a more effective and economical solution to ensure that moose continue to nest in the National Parks.”

    The National Park system is home to more than 12 million acres of land, including national parks, national forests, wildlife refuges, and national wildlife refloats, and more than half of all moose in the United States.

    A moose nest in a moose moose pasture.

    (Meredith Shaffer/National Park Service) Moose mooses, also known as gray wolves, are native to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, but are believed to have been introduced to North America by European settlers.

    In addition to being a popular attraction in the Great Lakes region, The Great Moose Trail is also a popular hike in the northern part of the park.

    In June 2017, a group of moose began to appear in Yellowstone National Park in northern Wyoming.

    A large, well-preserved moose herd had been relocated to the Great Plains and reintroduced to Yellowstone in 2014.

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