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Video: The Pull and Pulse of Patagonia

Video: The Pull and Pulse of Patagonia

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 5, 2018 6

Patagonia is one of those places that pulls on your heart as it slowly seeps into your veins. For me, it is achingly desolate, solitary and beautiful in its aloneness. It is a place

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Patagonian Puma

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Patagonian Puma

Kendal Bower June 8, 2018 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a puma in Patagonia. Photographer Marcelo Melo took this shot of the

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My World Travel Companion, Fred | Olaf’s Corner

My World Travel Companion, Fred | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver May 3, 2018 0

There is an interesting photograph hanging in our hallway that reminds me of a very special traveling companion named Fred. The wooden-framed picture shows a little Buddhist boy crouched on a stone window sill

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Majestic Mountains and the Death of a River | Olaf’s Corner

Majestic Mountains and the Death of a River | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver March 19, 2018 0

The Cordillera Andina is arguably the most impressive contiguous mountain range in the world, stretching 4,500 miles from the coastal plains of the Venezuelan Caribbean through Patagonia down to Cape Horn at the southern

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Patagonia Ecotourism at Its Best

Patagonia Ecotourism at Its Best

Natural Habitat Adventures June 29, 2017 0

Whenever I travel, I am always on the lookout for places or organizations that are truly upholding the spirit of conservation. EcoCamp Patagonia hits the nail on the head. This incredible camp, nestled in

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Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going: Matt Erke

Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going: Matt Erke

WWF June 21, 2017 0

Matt Erke serves as an Program Officer for WWF’s Forest Program. Matt tells about how travel opened his eyes to the incredible beauty and power of nature. 1. How did you catch the travel bug?

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