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The Monarch Mural Restored

The Monarch Mural Restored

Emily Goodheart Kautz March 17, 2018 0

The town of Angangueo glows amber with the setting sun, a church steeple silhouetting the sky. As sunset falls over the tiled roofs of pastel houses and winding cobblestone streets, a mural illuminates the

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International Women’s Day: Spotlight on Female Guides

International Women’s Day: Spotlight on Female Guides

Natural Habitat Adventures March 8, 2018 0

International Women’s Day brings a message of empowerment to those who have been catalysts for change in the fight for women’s rights. Today, we celebrate the achievements of women leaders who are actively changing

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Emoji: the New Language of Adventure and Travel Writing?

Emoji: the New Language of Adventure and Travel Writing?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 13, 2018 0

In case you can’t read the sentence in the image above, I’ll translate it for you: “I love the snows of Antarctica and the glaciers of Greenland. And so, my adventures in ice began.”

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106-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica

106-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 12, 2017 1

For a food that has been around at least since the Middle Ages, fruitcakes certainly have their share of detractors. The long list of jokes about fruitcakes—a rich dessert containing dried or candied fruits, nuts

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Creating a New National Park: Possible or Pipe Dream?

Creating a New National Park: Possible or Pipe Dream?

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 28, 2017 3

Today, in the current political climate, with national parks falling into disrepair because of budget cuts and parks and monuments threatened with downsizing, I was astonished to learn about a newly proposed national park.

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Keeping It Local: Nat Hab Fallfest 2017

Keeping It Local: Nat Hab Fallfest 2017

Natural Habitat Adventures October 16, 2017 0

On the last weekend of September, the cottonwoods along Colorado’s Arkansas River were in full fall glory, burnished gold against the cobalt blue sky and snow-dusted peaks of the Collegiate Range. It was the

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