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The Heartbeats and Songs of Trees

The Heartbeats and Songs of Trees

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 15, 2018 13

I’m a tree hugger from way back; in fact, you could say I was hugging trees before tree hugging was cool. So when a book titled The Songs of Trees recently hit store shelves, I

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Video: When Earth Was Warmer than We Have Ever Known

Video: When Earth Was Warmer than We Have Ever Known

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 10, 2018 0

Close your eyes and picture a vivid green, lush rain forest that’s teeming with life. If I asked you where you imagined you were, your answer would probably be something like the Amazon or

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The Peruvian Amazon: Land of Abundance

The Peruvian Amazon: Land of Abundance

WWF April 1, 2018 0

The Peruvian Amazon is home to many biologically diverse ecosystems, including an array of freshwater fish, butterflies, birds, mammals and reptiles. Its extensive tree coverage—nearly 260,000 square miles—makes it one of the world’s largest

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Announcing Visit Peru’s Naturally Amazing Peru Sweepstakes!

Announcing Visit Peru’s Naturally Amazing Peru Sweepstakes!

WWF March 28, 2018 0

Visiting the Amazon rain forest is a rare trip of a lifetime for most, and if this is a destination that you’ve been dreamed about visiting, enter Visit Peru’s Naturally Amazing Peru Sweepstakes, where

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Traveler Story: The Great Amazon River Cruise

Traveler Story: The Great Amazon River Cruise

Natural Habitat Adventures February 19, 2018 0

The Amazon rain forest is a bucket-list destination for any nature lover, and there’s no better way to encounter rain forest wildlife than cruising the Amazon River aboard a deluxe riverboat. A voyage along

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Dear Forests: Wish You Were Here—and That You’d Remain

Dear Forests: Wish You Were Here—and That You’d Remain

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 24, 2017 1

This summer, the world lost a Nebraska-size chunk of forests. Logging, expanding palm oil plantations and wildfires are to blame. This continuing deforestation trend could have devastating implications for the climate. Simply put, forests

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