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Great Read: The Oldest Living Things in the World

Great Read: The Oldest Living Things in the World

Kendal Bower April 14, 2014 0

Have you ever wanted to travel back in time to see what the world was like 50 years ago… 100 years ago… 200 years ago?  What about 9,000 years ago?  A new book that

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Antarctica: Discovery on the (Black-and-) White Continent

Antarctica: Discovery on the (Black-and-) White Continent

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 18, 2014 14

The world is shrinking. Advances in communication, computer technology and transportation have all played a role in making the world a smaller place. Now, it’s easy to “travel” to an exotic locale, just by

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Nat Hab Exclusive: Alone with the last remaining wolves of the Lamar Canyon Pack

Nat Hab Exclusive: Alone with the last remaining wolves of the Lamar Canyon Pack

Natural Habitat Adventures March 10, 2014 1

Guest post by NHA guide, biologist, and photographer Sean Beckett The interior of Yellowstone is inaccessible in the winter without a snowmobile or a snow coach. Opting against the frigid and blustery snowmobiles, we

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Cliché Travel Photos and What They Tell Us about Ourselves

Cliché Travel Photos and What They Tell Us about Ourselves

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 6, 2014 21

Earlier this week, we discussed the challenge of going on a photo tour, especially if you’re not a professional photographer. But now, I’d like to visit the flip side of that travel issue: visiting

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Yellowstone Photography Tour: Taking on What’s Tough

Yellowstone Photography Tour: Taking on What’s Tough

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 4, 2014 33

There are probably as many different reasons to travel as there are people traveling, but some common motives include getting away for a while from a normal routine, to relax, or to see a

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Winter in Yellowstone: Why wildlife sees their glasses half-full

Winter in Yellowstone: Why wildlife sees their glasses half-full

guest January 20, 2014 0

A guest post by NHA guide, biologist, and photographer Sean Beckett  In the middle of January it is a challenge to remember summer in Yellowstone National Park. Those sunny afternoons floating down the river

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