Special glasses improve views for colorblind visitors at North Dakota parks

(Bismarck, ND)  --  The North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department is the first in the country to create a "color accessibility" program for those visiting the parks system.  

The parks now have special glasses for people suffering from color blindness to help bring more color and vibrancy to what they are seeing.  

Men are more likely to be colorblind than women but it can affect women.  

According to the National Eye Institute one in 12 men have some form of color blindness.