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How Do You Define “Nature”? Probably with a Story.

How Do You Define “Nature”? Probably with a Story.

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 7, 2018 6

Ask any avid nature traveler how he or she first began to make a lifelong attachment to the outdoors, the natural world or a particular species of wildlife, and you’ll get as many anecdotes

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The Superpower of Nature Travel

The Superpower of Nature Travel

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 24, 2018 2

There’s no doubt that spending time in nature has restorative benefits. From forest bathing to simply looking at the ocean, nature’s healing powers are well documented. In recent years, however, research is also showing

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Gout Convinced Me to Travel | Ben’s Musings

Gout Convinced Me to Travel | Ben’s Musings

Ben Bressler February 16, 2015 0

Our founder Ben Bressler likes to reflect periodically on his experiences in nature. Ben’s Musings is a fun and thoughtful look at the people, places and events that remind us why responsible travel in the world’s

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Wild Dolphins Identify Themselves by Individual “Names”: Will It Change How We Treat Them?

Wild Dolphins Identify Themselves by Individual “Names”: Will It Change How We Treat Them?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 17, 2013 11

In scientific circles, it’s common practice to give individual wild animals under observation identifying numbers rather than names, such as the well-known, numbered wolves in Yellowstone National Park. But a recently published study provides

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Coming to Mailbox Near You: Our Greenest Catalog Yet

Coming to Mailbox Near You: Our Greenest Catalog Yet

guest August 29, 2013 0

Natural Habitat Adventures has wrapped up design on our 2014-15 Catalog of the World’s Greatest Nature Journeys, and we wanted to give our Good Nature readers the first look. Our Creative Director, Mark Hickey,

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Change of Name: Should “Mount McKinley” Become “Denali”?

Change of Name: Should “Mount McKinley” Become “Denali”?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 3, 2012 36

Nature surrounds us with an amazing variety of animals, insects, birds, plants and topographic features. To refer to and distinguish the entities in this bounty, we assign them names—often two: one for common use

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