Albuquerque, NM (KKOB) — New regulations are in effect, designed to preserve the serenity of two dozen National Parks, including some of New Mexicos. The regulations are the result of a federal appeals court finding three years ago that the National Park Service and the Federal Aviation Administration failed to enforce a 2000 law governing commercial air tours over the parks and some tribal lands. A strict plan has been proposed for Bandelier National Monument, where Bruce Adams, owner of Southwest Safaris, says the plan will force him to fly over pueblo tribal lands. Adding, the re-route will bring on a whole new host of noise issues. Parks exempted include those with few flights and those in Alaska, where small planes are often the only way to get around.