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Six Wondrous Places to Watch Whales

Six Wondrous Places to Watch Whales

Wendy Redal May 27, 2010 6

One of the most amazing migrations on earth is taking place right now, as 20,000 gray whales make their way along the Pacific Coast of North America from Baja to their summer feeding grounds

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Harp seal hunt curtailed, but pups still in peril

Harp seal hunt curtailed, but pups still in peril

Wendy Redal April 8, 2010 1

When Ben Bressler launched Natural Habitat Adventures 25 years ago by taking a handful of guests to the Gulf of St. Lawrence, he had a distinct goal: to protect harp seals through ecotourism. If

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Self-Portraits While Traveling Solo

Self-Portraits While Traveling Solo

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 1, 2010 7

When I sign up for group tours, more often than not I enroll as a single traveler. It’s not for lack of family or friends (I hope!); it’s because either I’m the only one

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Nature Revisited

Nature Revisited

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 5, 2010 25

It was fall when I saw the little town of Churchill in Manitoba, Canada, for the first time. Like most of the other visitors there at that time of year, I went to see

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Live from Churchill: Nov 17, 2009

Live from Churchill: Nov 17, 2009

Steve Selden November 17, 2009 0

As snow continues falling intermittently, and temperatures dropping into the teens, helicopter traffic has increased considerably out and back across the Churchill River. And, in the true Churchill way, rumors are also flying across

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Live from Churchill: Nov 16, 2009

Live from Churchill: Nov 16, 2009

Steve Selden November 16, 2009 0

Waves continue to roll up onto the icy Precambrian shield that forms Churchill’s coast while temperatures have fallen slightly (20F) and intermittent snow seems to be a daily occurrence. When the conditions permit, Polar

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