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Majestic Spirit Bears of British Columbia

Majestic Spirit Bears of British Columbia

Natural Habitat Adventures November 6, 2017 0

“As our trip was coming to its conclusion, the captain of our sailing boat, the Island Odyssey, passed around a ‘talking feather’ so each guest could make comments about what they enjoyed most during

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Good News for Climate Change: World’s First Carbon-Capturing Plant Opens

Good News for Climate Change: World’s First Carbon-Capturing Plant Opens

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 13, 2017 0

In 628 months, there hasn’t been a cool one. That’s more than 52 years. “Global warming has made cold scarce,” writes Brian Kahn in an April 19, 2017, article published on the Climate Central

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White, Wild Animals and Why Difference Shouldn’t Be Wrong

White, Wild Animals and Why Difference Shouldn’t Be Wrong

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 2, 2017 2

A framed photo that hung on a wall of my grandfather’s large dining room is one of my earliest memories. Sepia-toned, it depicted a herd of deer, taken in Wisconsin’s Northwoods, near Boulder Junction.

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Spirit Bear

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Spirit Bear

Kendal Bower February 3, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a spirit bear in British Columbia. Photographer Joey Campbell was visiting the Great

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Video: Emotional Overload on Encountering a Coastal Wolf

Video: Emotional Overload on Encountering a Coastal Wolf

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 8, 2016 7

Almost every single one of you has had that “nature moment”; the instant when an animal encounter or a sighting of a natural landscape or phenomenon takes your breath away. The power of those brief

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Video: British Columbia Humpbacks May Soon Lose Ocean Quiet

Video: British Columbia Humpbacks May Soon Lose Ocean Quiet

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 4, 2016 2

In some of the last quiet, pristine waters on the British Columbia Coast, humpback whales are making a comeback. In the mid 1960s, when Canada stopped whaling on its West Coast, there were only

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