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Park Movie

Acadia Always: The Story of Acadia National Park is the official park movie

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Ranger Pro Tip Series

Learn tips for visiting Acadia from our park rangers in this video series.

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Second Century Stewardship

How do we learn about Acadia's ecosystems? Take an inside peek at science in the park.

 
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Duration:
14 minutes, 32 seconds

See the park through the lens of the Acadia Youth Technology Team's cameras.

 
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Duration:
51 seconds

Friends of Acadia Summit Stewards Rock -- With 750,000 annual visits to Cadillac Mountain alone, and hundreds of hikers reaching other summits every summer day, it's never been more important for everyone to practice Leave No Trace. We're pleased show how you can be a Summit Steward,

 
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Duration:
4 minutes, 55 seconds

Bats are an important part of our ecosystem, providing many benefits for humans. Science helps us understand both resident and migratory bat species and the challenges they face. Update: This video contains sequences in which researchers catch, examine, tag, and release bats as part of ongoing inventory and monitoring studies. During the COVID-19 crisis, this practice has been suspended to avoid any chance of passing disease along to study subjects. This Second Second Century Stewardship series video was produced for the NPS by Rhonda Wasner

 
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Duration:
3 minutes, 8 seconds

Through most seasons of the year, visitors taking part in most recreational activities throughout Acadia National Park need to be vigilant about avoiding the risks that ticks pose to them, and their pets. The park has partnered with researchers at the Maine Medical Research Institute, as well as graphic design students at the College of the Atlantic, to better understand and communicate about ticks as a serious public health concern. This Second Second Century Stewardship series video was produced for the NPS by Rhonda Wasner.

Last updated: April 1, 2022

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