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National Parks

The 10th Circuit upheld the National Park Service’s determination that a regulation, which generally prohibits the taking of wildlife in national parks, does not apply to park “inholdings.” The National Parks Conservation Association and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition lack standing to challenge the Service’s approval of the 2015 Elk Reduction Program in Grand Teton National Park.

DENVER — The 10th Circuit upheld the National Park Service’s determination that a regulation, which generally prohibits the taking of wildlife in national parks, does not apply to park “inholdings.” The National Parks Conservation Association and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition lack standing to challenge the service’s approval of the 2015 Elk Reduction Program in Grand Teton National Park. 

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