National Park Service contacts man seen hitting baseball into Grand Canyon

The National Park Service said it contacted a man who was seen hitting a baseball in the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon National Park appealed to its Facebook followers Wednesday for help in identifying a man who was photographed near the Yavapai Geology Museum on the South Rim at 3:45 p.m. Sunday.
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The post was later updated and informed the followers that "the park staff is in contact with the person concerned".
"The park staff is in contact with the person concerned. Although no further details are currently known, we sincerely thank everyone who gave tips," said the NPS post.
The National Park Service encourages visitors to study "Planning a Fun and Safe Adventure" before their trip.
"Remember to responsibly recreate," the website says. "Your actions can have an impact on the park's resources and wildlife. Be prepared, understand your limitations, and harness the power of your parks."
One of the seven principles of the National Park Service is "not to leave a trace".
The service informs visitors that each person "plays an important role in protecting our national parks".
This high dynamic range image shows the sunset at Lipan Point on the south rim of the Grand Canyon in January 2021. Photo by Josh Brasted / Getty Images
"When we spend time outdoors, in nature, and in the wild, it is important to be aware of the effects our actions have on plants, animals, other people, and even entire ecosystems," the National Park Service website states .
Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead, familiarize themselves with the regulations and concerns in the area they are traveling to, repackage food to minimize waste, leave behind what they find, and respect wildlife to show consideration for others.

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