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Six Wondrous Places to Watch Whales

Six Wondrous Places to Watch Whales

Wendy Redal May 27, 2010 6

One of the most amazing migrations on earth is taking place right now, as 20,000 gray whales make their way along the Pacific Coast of North America from Baja to their summer feeding grounds

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There’s An App for That

There’s An App for That

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 18, 2010 10

A quick count of the field guides lined up on the bookshelves in my office currently numbers about 25 tomes. Some are quite hefty at several hundred pages, and some are nothing more than

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Overcome Your Family’s Nature Deficit Disorder

Overcome Your Family’s Nature Deficit Disorder

Wendy Redal May 13, 2010 1

When I was growing up in damp western Washington, I remember many occasions where my dad insisted we kids leave the TV and spend time outside. It may have been gray and drizzly, but

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Can Soccer Save the Planet?

Can Soccer Save the Planet?

James Dziezynski May 11, 2010 0

In addition to making Natural Habitat Adventures a premier eco-friendly travel company, founder Ben Bressler has taken the same environmentally responsible philosophy to his love of soccer. By encouraging soccer teams to work towards

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Homage to a Small Eco-Warrior: the Mosquito

Homage to a Small Eco-Warrior: the Mosquito

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 11, 2010 8

“Unsung heroes of the environment.” The “green Nobel Prize.” Eco-Ocean Awards, ecoart competitions and ecoschool certifications. If you’re even slightly interested in environmental news, you can’t help but hear and read a lot in

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What are YOUR Top Ten Travel Moments?

What are YOUR Top Ten Travel Moments?

Wendy Redal May 6, 2010 3

I’m usually too busy to watch television, so it’s perhaps not surprising I didn’t know who Samantha Brown was, when a friend told me she had her dream job. I may be the only

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