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Orca Aware

Orca Aware

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 28, 2011 4

I might be a little late — since it’s June 28 — but I’m managing to get this one in just under the deadline. Because while I didn’t know it until now, June 2011

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Why a Great Safari Guide Makes All the Difference

Why a Great Safari Guide Makes All the Difference

Wendy Redal June 27, 2011 1

As afternoon edged toward sunset in Botswana’s Moremi Game Reserve, our guide slowed the Land Rover to a halt as he studied the ground on the side of the sandy track. “There’s a leopard

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Is Stargazing an Endangered Species?

Is Stargazing an Endangered Species?

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 14, 2011 9

I want you to conduct a test tonight: When it gets dark, go outside and stand in your backyard. Look up. Can you see the Milky Way? If not, you’re not alone. More than

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Drinking Water, Creatively

Drinking Water, Creatively

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 9, 2011 0

Animals are creative adaptors to their surroundings. From acute senses to astounding camouflage to amazing agility, they seem to make the best of any environment they find themselves in. In fact, we are often

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The Adventures of a Photo

The Adventures of a Photo

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 7, 2011 3

Images of natural landscapes have spoken to our souls since the time we started painting them on cave walls. And every few months, it seems, another new report touts the healing benefits of the

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