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National Parks Conservation Association Visit

November 13, 2014

This Tuesday, our friends from National Parks Conservation Association explored the National Park of American Samoa.

Friends from National Park Conservation Association at Pola Island Trailhead

Friends from National Park Conservation Association at Pola Island Trailhead

Park Ranger Pua met up with them here at our visitor center to learn about the natural resources we protect and preserves through the interpretive exhibits displayed. They also experienced Samoan dancing and singing by some of the park staff and crews.

Park Ranger Pua gave them a taste of our national park as he welcomed them with a warm gesture of hospitality by serving them an all-natural, refreshing and healthy snacks woven in coconut fronds called “mailo”.

For more photo adventures of the group, check us on Facebook!

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The National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) is the only independent, membership organization devoted exclusively to advocacy on behalf of the National Parks System. Its mission is “to protect and enhance America’s National Park System for present and future generations.”

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