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Video: A Chinese Village Goes “Green” When Plants Take Over

Video: A Chinese Village Goes “Green” When Plants Take Over

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 13, 2018 0

There’s a village just 40 miles southeast of Shanghai, China, that might be the greenest in the world. No, it’s not because of its CO2-sequestering buildings, recycling programs or eco-friendly neighborhoods. It’s because it’s

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Videos: The Tiny House Trend, Hummingbird-Style

Videos: The Tiny House Trend, Hummingbird-Style

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 30, 2018 3

The tiny house movement—which advocates living simply in small homes—may be a current trend for humans, but hummingbirds have been experts at the practice for millions of years. To house and cradle their eggs, which are

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Nat Hab’s “Great Migration Safaris” Video in the Adventure in Motion Film Contest!

Nat Hab’s “Great Migration Safaris” Video in the Adventure in Motion Film Contest!

Natural Habitat Adventures August 27, 2018 0

Natural Habitat Adventures’ Great Migration Safaris | The Nat Hab African Safari Experience video has been chosen as one of the 10 finalists in the Adventure Travel Trade Association’s 2018 Adventure in Motion short

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Video: The New Zealand Wilds

Video: The New Zealand Wilds

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 16, 2018 0

New Zealand has always seemed to me to have a wild heart. Despite all of its domestic sheep and introduced birds and plants from Europe, it is still predominantly a place of beguiling beaches,

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Video: Life in the Cold—Photographing Arctic Animals

Video: Life in the Cold—Photographing Arctic Animals

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 2, 2018 3

“Thousands of years of evolution have prepared Arctic species like the polar bear, walrus and narwhal for life on and around the sea ice,” states World Wildlife Fund on its Arctic wildlife web page.

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Videos: Summer Nights with In-Sync Fireflies

Videos: Summer Nights with In-Sync Fireflies

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 19, 2018 5

Fireflies (also known as “lightning bugs” in some parts of the country) were one of the bonuses I got when, several years ago, I traded my house in the city for a more rurally

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