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Video: A Concrete Solution for Fighting Climate Change

Video: A Concrete Solution for Fighting Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 6, 2017 0

There’s a song I think of every July. It’s titled “Summer in the City,” and it was recorded by The Lovin’ Spoonful way back in 1966. Some of the lyrics go like this: “Hot town,

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Q-and-A: Mexico’s Kingdom of the Monarchs

Q-and-A: Mexico’s Kingdom of the Monarchs

WWF July 5, 2017 0

Of all migrations by small creatures, few are as astonishing as the one performed by the monarch butterfly. The embodiment of fragility, these insects travel between 1,200 and 2,800 miles or more between their starting

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Needing Trees: Giant Sequoia National Monument and a Forested City

Needing Trees: Giant Sequoia National Monument and a Forested City

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 4, 2017 3

Today is the Fourth of July, the day we celebrate the founding of the United States and all the things that make our nation unique. More than 150 years ago, for example, the U.S.

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Traveler Story: Northern Lights & Arctic Cultures

Traveler Story: Northern Lights & Arctic Cultures

Natural Habitat Adventures July 3, 2017 0

“Incredible! A five-star tour! Probably one of our top three trips, so far. I really do not know if we got lucky, but we had incredibly cold and clear nights, every night! I have

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Nuzzle

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Nuzzle

Kendal Yoakum June 30, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a loving scene out of Serengeti National Park. Photographer Steve Grodin was on safari

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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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