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Bears Are Outsmarting Us, and It Might Kill Them

Bears Are Outsmarting Us, and It Might Kill Them

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 15, 2015 7

We all love our national parks. They are our places of solace and refuge; of natural beauty and outdoor adventure. They afford us the chance to get close to what’s left of what is

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Grizzly Bear Travels: A Photo Essay

Grizzly Bear Travels: A Photo Essay

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 11, 2014 21

Being close enough to view a grizzly bear in the wild inspires feelings of awe and nostalgia: wonder at their size and power, and a longing for an America that once was—when the land

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Alaska Cruise or Authentic Alaska? The Choice is Yours

Alaska Cruise or Authentic Alaska? The Choice is Yours

Wendy Redal February 29, 2012 0

What kind of Alaska tour are you looking for? Legendary wildlife and wilderness, or crowds and commercialism? How you choose to see Alaska — and who you choose to take you there — makes all

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The Magic of Nature through Marion Owen’s Lens

The Magic of Nature through Marion Owen’s Lens

Wendy Redal January 30, 2012 0

It’s the middle of winter, and for many that means snow. When it impedes driving or piles up in great drifts that need shoveling, it’s hard to remember how exquisitely beautiful each tiny flake

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