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Traveler Story: Photography on the Churchill Tundra

Traveler Story: Photography on the Churchill Tundra

Natural Habitat Adventures June 4, 2018 0

Traveler Mary Davis discovered a wide array of photographic opportunities while exploring the subarctic tundra outside of Churchill, Manitoba. She returned home from her Canada polar bear adventure in October 2017 with a lot

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: White Watcher

Wildlife Photo of the Week: White Watcher

Kendal Bower January 12, 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 polar bear in Churchill. Photographer Charlie Curtin captured this moment while

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Hurry Up and Wait

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Hurry Up and Wait

Kendal Bower October 6, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a polar bear relaxing in Canada. Photographer Daric deMeulles was in a Polar

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Climate Change and the Siberia Hole: What It Means for You

Climate Change and the Siberia Hole: What It Means for You

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 4, 2017 0

On the tundra of Siberia, near the coldest city on Earth, there’s a place that local people have come to call a “gateway to the underworld” or a portal to hell. It’s a huge

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Places, Good and Bad

Places, Good and Bad

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 26, 2011 2

We humans seem to have a great need to anthropomorphize; that is, we tend to want to ascribe human characteristics to inanimate objects, nonhuman animals and natural phenomena, such as the wind, rain or

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What’s Your Canoe?

What’s Your Canoe?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 20, 2010 5

Upon meeting someone new, we usually try to find out two salient facts about the person within the first 30 seconds of being introduced: his or her name and what he or she does

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