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Video: The Reverence of Zion National Park

Video: The Reverence of Zion National Park

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 21, 2017 3

It was love at first sight when I met Utah’s Zion National Park. With its massive, rock behemoths and soothing-sounding, dripping-water canyons that sprout green ferns seemingly out of solid stone, it is one of

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Beyond the Stripes

Beyond the Stripes

WWF December 20, 2017 0

Tigers are inspirational. Their extraordinary nature and symbolism moves people to act and make bold commitments. In 2010, leaders of the 13 countries that are home to tigers agreed on an ambitious conservation goal:

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“Bird Years” and the Year of the Bird, 2018

“Bird Years” and the Year of the Bird, 2018

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 19, 2017 0

Wildlife science has many measurements; for example, “carrying capacity,” “depredations” or “translocations.” But there’s a new scale I recently came across: “bird years lost.” A bird year is a quantity devised by ornithologist Daniel

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A Desolate Beauty

A Desolate Beauty

Natural Habitat Adventures December 16, 2017 0

The desolate beauty of the subarctic tundra sneaks up on you, as I assume, a polar bear must—with ease and a gentle face, yet backed with tremendous power and a be-all, end-all attitude. Churchill,

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San Blas, Panama—Where Women Rule! | Olaf’s Corner

San Blas, Panama—Where Women Rule! | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver December 14, 2017 0

“Vamanos, mujeres!” That was the insistent invitation from a large Cuna mamacita brandishing a grinning mouthful of golden teeth and a half chewed-up cigar. Wearing a red headscarf, arm and leg beads, gold nose

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Resilience in a Changing Climate

Resilience in a Changing Climate

WWF December 13, 2017 0

For hundreds of years, polar bears have been migrating though Churchill to make their way across the frozen Hudson Bay. I was excited to be in the “polar bear capital of the world” to

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