A new poll shows that most visitors to California’s national parks are not interested in taking selfies.
A survey of 1,000 California residents conducted by the non-partisan American Press Institute found that nearly two-thirds of visitors surveyed said they didn’t want to take pictures while in the parks.
The poll found that a majority of respondents also said they had never taken a picture in the state’s parks.
California’s parks are known for their scenic beauty, pristine landscapes, and lush green forests.
But in recent years, parks have become popular destinations for tourists looking to take in the natural world.
The Golden Gate Bridge, for example, is considered one of the world’s most popular tourist attractions by visitors.
In recent years there have been more reports of assaults and vandalism at the park, including vandalism of a park ranger’s car.
In the latest incident, the park’s chief ranger was stabbed to death on Sunday after he was ambushed by a group of men.
The suspects left the park on foot and fled the scene, but police are still searching for the group.