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Dog and Dolphin Playdate

Dog and Dolphin Playdate

James Dziezynski October 19, 2010 0

Who can’t use a swim with a buddy once in a while? Amazing footage from Ireland!

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Lost Language Underground

Lost Language Underground

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 11, 2010 9

Tucked away for centuries in a remote corner of northeastern India, a rare language lives. According to reports from the National Geographic Society, the language, called “Koro,” has just been “discovered” by researchers from

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There’s An App for That

There’s An App for That

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 18, 2010 10

A quick count of the field guides lined up on the bookshelves in my office currently numbers about 25 tomes. Some are quite hefty at several hundred pages, and some are nothing more than

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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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Nature Words on the Brink of Extinction

Nature Words on the Brink of Extinction

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 2, 2009 12

I have an unusual dictionary. It’s titled Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape, published by Trinity University Press in San Antonio, Texas, in 2006. In it, various naturalists define words such as “dune,”

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