Bryce Canyon National Park Night Sky Photo Bana

Did you know that the "night skies," aka "starry skies" or "dark skies," are a critical natural resource?  Aside from the stunning beauty of these skies, animals rely on natural cycles of light and dark for navigation, protection, mating, and predation. Light pollution disrupts this, which is why our National Parks are working hard to maintain this resource. The night skies in many National Parks are so spectacular, that we decided to create a Bana series featuring this special scenery. This Bana features the Night Sky of Bryce Canyon National Park, where you can see 7,500 stars on a moonless night!

Bana™ headwear keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.  Made from 100% microfiber polyester and is UPF 35 rated.  The breathable fabric wicks away moisture and dries quickly. 

  • odor resistant 
  • seamless
  • 12 ways to wear 
  • one size fits most 
  • lens safe
  • 9" x 18"

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