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Master of Disguise

Master of Disguise

James Dziezynski July 26, 2010 3

I had to share this picture from my recent climb of Oklahoma Mountain here in Colorado. But why would I post a photo of a pile of rocks? Look closer!!

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Send in the Crows

Send in the Crows

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 15, 2010 10

Three animal or plant species are going extinct every hour, according to a report presented by Ahmed Djoghlaf, executive secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, an international treaty that is part of the

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Traveling with an Adult Child: Yosemite

Traveling with an Adult Child: Yosemite

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 1, 2010 14

A former student who attended the same college I did first got me interested in seeing Yosemite National Park. Naturalist John Muir took his first botany lesson at the University of Wisconsin-Madison under a

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Overcome Your Family’s Nature Deficit Disorder

Overcome Your Family’s Nature Deficit Disorder

Wendy Redal May 13, 2010 1

When I was growing up in damp western Washington, I remember many occasions where my dad insisted we kids leave the TV and spend time outside. It may have been gray and drizzly, but

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Your Travels, Years Later

Your Travels, Years Later

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 4, 2010 15

I know this is going to sound weird, but a month ago I got up at 3:00 a.m. to drive almost 150 miles north of here. I did this just for the opportunity to

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NHA Best Company in America — Again!

NHA Best Company in America — Again!

James Dziezynski April 28, 2010 1

Once again, Natural Habitat Adventures has topped Outside Magazine’s best places to work in America. The core values that make NHA such a unique place include genuine respect for personal and professional growth –

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