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Five Travel Tips for Your Inner Weather Wuss

Five Travel Tips for Your Inner Weather Wuss

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 23, 2015 4

It’s April 23, 2015, and it’s lightly snowing here in the Midwest. That’s a bit unusual in late April, even for Wisconsin. Walking outside this morning, I watched big, styrofoam-like snowflakes land on the

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Video: The Importance of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Video: The Importance of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 2, 2015 14

Almost 10 years ago, in the summer of 2005, I attended an outdoor-writing conference that included a silent auction as part of its activities. I had never participated in such an event before, had

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Five Recent Gains for Endangered Wildlife Species

Five Recent Gains for Endangered Wildlife Species

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 31, 2015 10

There has been a lot of good news for endangered and “missing” wildlife lately, which seems like a breath of fresh air amid all the dire headlines about rapid climate change and environmental degradation.

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Do National Park Crowds Breed Advocates—or Build Annoyance?

Do National Park Crowds Breed Advocates—or Build Annoyance?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 10, 2015 15

A trip to Denali National Park is a journey into wild America at its best. This six-million-acre landscape is bisected by only one, 92-mile ribbon of road. Travel along it, and you’ll see low-elevation,

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Great Bear Rainforest Rambles and Spirit Bear Sightings

Great Bear Rainforest Rambles and Spirit Bear Sightings

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 6, 2014 20

Running 250 miles down the British Columbia, Canada, coast, the Great Bear Rainforest is a wild expanse of western cedars, hemlocks, and spruce trees. This twenty-one million-acre area — whose boundaries have never been precisely

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Five Wildlife Reserves & Parks You Shouldn’t Miss

Five Wildlife Reserves & Parks You Shouldn’t Miss

WWF October 29, 2014 0

Wildlife reserves offer safe haven to some of the planet’s most vulnerable species and give visitors the opportunity to view them responsibly. Here are five of our favorites: Pacaya Samiria Reserve, Peruvian Amazon Where:

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