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The Magic of Galapagos Through a Kid’s Eyes

The Magic of Galapagos Through a Kid’s Eyes

Wendy Redal September 30, 2011 2

We’re delighted to present guest blogger Dirk Komarnitsky, a 13-year-old from Boulder, Colorado, who recently returned from a week in the Galapagos with his family. He was so excited about his adventures that he

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I “Break” for Bears

I “Break” for Bears

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 29, 2011 4

Calm, stoic strength. The consummate mother. Introspection. A symbol of the wild itself. No matter what bears represent for you personally, you are sure to have an opinion on them and what their proper

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World Tourism Day: Travel Makes a Difference!

World Tourism Day: Travel Makes a Difference!

Wendy Redal September 27, 2011 0

Today is World Tourism Day, a chance for countries and citizens around the globe to ponder and celebrate the crucial role of travel in our mutual wellbeing. With the precarious state of affairs around

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Beyond Sustainable

Beyond Sustainable

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 27, 2011 4

As someone committed to going on nature adventures, you most likely try to make the least negative impact on the world that you possibly can when you travel. You choose carbon-neutral companies, try to

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Best Way to Protect Our Public Lands? Enjoy Them!

Best Way to Protect Our Public Lands? Enjoy Them!

Wendy Redal September 20, 2011 0

When our shared natural treasures--our public lands--are under threat, the best political action may be encouraging your fellow citizens to spend more time there. Best of all, it will hardly costs a thing!

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The Trees Are Talking

The Trees Are Talking

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 20, 2011 9

If you’ve ever walked in a forest or a grove on a breezy or windy day, you’ve probably experienced that bit of an unsettling feeling that says to you that the trees are “talking”

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