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National Parks / Crowding #305554

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 26, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Yellowstone National Park) Tourists' crowding of nation's parks this year examined; scenes shown. Situation in Yosemite cited as example [TOURIST - acknowledges crowding.] [National Park Service spokesperson William Penn MOTT - will protect resources rather than tourists' right to be there if necessary.] Controversy over Yellowstone program to protect endangered grizzly bears discussed. [Yellowstone spokesperson Bob BARREE - notes popular fishing spot is primary bear habitat.] [Cody, Wyoming, Chamber of Commerce spokesperson William SCHILLING - opposes program due to economy impact on Cody.] [Lulu and Slick HURD - resent efforts to close fishing area.] [BARREE - defs. program.]
REPORTER: Bob McNamara

McNamara, Bob;
Schieffer, Bob

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