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Photos from a Polar Bear Travel Season

Photos from a Polar Bear Travel Season

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 9, 2014 24

If, like me, you like to travel, there’s probably one, particular place away from home that just seems to stick in your heart and head; the one spot where your wanderlust was first awakened. Perhaps

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WWF Report: 52 Percent of the World’s Biodiversity Is Gone

WWF Report: 52 Percent of the World’s Biodiversity Is Gone

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 7, 2014 18

When the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) released its Living Planet Report 2014 on September 30, it wasn’t the usual doom-and-gloom environmental news story that is forgotten the next day. The report—the result of a science-based

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Video: Wildlife Corridors from Around the World

Video: Wildlife Corridors from Around the World

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 2, 2014 19

Food, water, shelter and the freedom to travel—these are the fundamental needs of wildlife. In fact, according to the National Wildlife Federation, for many species that last-listed essential could mean the difference between survival and

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Bison and Wolves: Is Culling Once-Threatened Species Justified?

Bison and Wolves: Is Culling Once-Threatened Species Justified?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 30, 2014 15

As many as 900 Yellowstone National Park American bison may be exterminated in winter 2014-2015. It’s estimated that our nation’s last, pure herd of free-ranging bison that have managed to continuously live on their

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Travel Tale: Taking the Train to the Northern Lights

Travel Tale: Taking the Train to the Northern Lights

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 25, 2014 3

It’s a fact: you can’t write on a train. The words come out all crooked and jumbled and wild within the lines. It’s best to just watch out the window. I’ve discovered this truth

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Half Earth: Could Setting Aside 50 Percent of the World for Wildlife Really Work?

Half Earth: Could Setting Aside 50 Percent of the World for Wildlife Really Work?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 23, 2014 21

Although experts have been warning of an imminent sixth mass extinction for almost four years, to date most conservation appeals for battling the crisis have been, at best, attempts to stem the tide. None

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