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Flying through Forests as a Goshawk

Flying through Forests as a Goshawk

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 30, 2010 2

Human beings have a number of common dream themes, and one of them is flying. We’ve probably all imagined a bird’s-eye view of one landscape or another. If you’ve ever wondered, however, what flying

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Georgia On My Mind

Georgia On My Mind

Wendy Redal September 27, 2010 0

Northern Georgia, where the Appalachian Trail terminates, is adventure country for hikers, mountain bikers and waterfall-watchers. But if you're looking for a wilder Georgia adventure, check out two more Georgias you may never even

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A Traveling Collection

A Traveling Collection

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 27, 2010 5

The boxes were probably no bigger than six inches by six inches by six inches, and I remember they were wrapped with white, sticky tape. One arrived in the mail every month, with the

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Lend a Hand for Public Lands this Saturday!

Lend a Hand for Public Lands this Saturday!

Wendy Redal September 23, 2010 0

National Public Lands Day is Sat., Sept. 25! Volunteer to help spruce up a small piece of the shared spaces we all love so much. Read on, and find a city or county park,

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White Lions, White Tigers, White Bears – Oh My!

White Lions, White Tigers, White Bears – Oh My!

Wendy Redal September 20, 2010 1

Ever seen a white tiger? How about a white lion? Like the creamy Spirit Bear of Canada's west coast, white lions are not albinos but unusual genetic anomalies. They're extinct in the wild, but

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What’s Your Canoe?

What’s Your Canoe?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 20, 2010 5

Upon meeting someone new, we usually try to find out two salient facts about the person within the first 30 seconds of being introduced: his or her name and what he or she does

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