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Great Bear Rainforest Rambles and Spirit Bear Sightings

Great Bear Rainforest Rambles and Spirit Bear Sightings

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 6, 2014 20

Running 250 miles down the British Columbia, Canada, coast, the Great Bear Rainforest is a wild expanse of western cedars, hemlocks and spruce trees. This 21 million-acre area—whose boundaries have never been precisely defined—is the

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National Parks Poster Project: Q & A with Artist Rob Decker

National Parks Poster Project: Q & A with Artist Rob Decker

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 28, 2014 13

A photographer and graphic artist living in Nederland, Colorado, Rob Decker is currently working on creating WPA-style posters for all fifty-nine of our national parks. He hopes to have them completed by the National

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Travel Tale: Getting Down to the Bones in Patagonia

Travel Tale: Getting Down to the Bones in Patagonia

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 23, 2014 12

Bones are everywhere in Patagonia. They dry on the brown steppes and jut up from the desert’s gray floor. They protrude like blue spikes through the surface of lakes and bleach white on the

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Nature Finally Talks Back—And It Has Some Tough Words for Us

Nature Finally Talks Back—And It Has Some Tough Words for Us

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 21, 2014 9

I’m not sure when the conversation about keeping our air and water clean and conserving our natural resources and wildlife became such a political, polarizing issue. I do know that it happened within the

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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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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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