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Travel Traditions

Travel Traditions

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 31, 2011 4

Some travel traditions wind up being big and grand, such as when a couple goes on an African safari for a honeymoon and then decides to celebrate each wedding anniversary with the same kind

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Bullfrog Father Knows Best

Bullfrog Father Knows Best

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 26, 2011 3

It’s not easy being green, as Kermit the Frog often reminds us. And that statement is particularly apropos if you’re an African bullfrog (Pyxicephalus adspersus). Found mostly in open grasslands and at low elevations

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Where to View Endangered Species in North America

Where to View Endangered Species in North America

Wendy Redal May 24, 2011 1

When my family went to Churchill, Manitoba to see polar bears, one of the more poignant dimensions of our trip was the awareness that these amazing animals are in danger. As the global climate

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Close Encounters With Whales: Part II

Close Encounters With Whales: Part II

Wendy Redal May 19, 2011 1

On May 10, Part I of this two-part post appeared in Good Nature: Save the Whales and Save a Community at the Same Time. Now, rejoin our small group for the story of why

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From a Lion’s Point of View

From a Lion’s Point of View

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 12, 2011 5

Recent new technology has allowed us to get a glimpse into other creatures’ lives like never before. It seems that every day, we’re learning more about the incredible feats—and the normal days—of the beings

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Close Encounters with Whales: Part I

Close Encounters with Whales: Part I

Wendy Redal May 10, 2011 2

The Pacific Gray Whale undertakes the world’s longest mammal migration, traveling an average of 10,000 to 14,000 miles on its annual journey from northwest Alaska to the breeding and calving lagoons of Baja California. The

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