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Meet WWF’s Jim Sano: A ‘Truly Glorious’ Life as a U.S. Park Ranger

Meet WWF’s Jim Sano: A ‘Truly Glorious’ Life as a U.S. Park Ranger

WWF December 21, 2016 3

The single-engine Grumman AA-5B plane was barely perceptible on the snowy mountainside. It was January 1982, and World Wildlife Fund’s Jim Sano and his fellow team of search and rescue specialists had been scouring White

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Tell a River’s Conservation Story Through Photography

Tell a River’s Conservation Story Through Photography

WWF July 8, 2015 0

It was barely dawn. We huddled amongst hard, orange rocks of Zion National Park, listening carefully to the trickle of water of that once carved its way through the canyon. Peter, as usual, took

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It’s Earth Day 2014: What Will Earth Day 2064 Look Like?

It’s Earth Day 2014: What Will Earth Day 2064 Look Like?

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 22, 2014 22

It’s been 44 years since Wisconsin’s—as this Wisconsinite is proud to say—Senator Gaylord Nelson inspired the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. Modeled on the antiwar protests of the late 1960s, the original Earth

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The Funniest Bad Yelp Reviews of National Parks

The Funniest Bad Yelp Reviews of National Parks

Emily Deemer April 10, 2014 0

In honor of National Parks Week, we wanted to share an article from Adventure Journal that had our office roaring with laughter last week: The 17 Best Bad Reviews of National Parks on Yelp.

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Listen to the Howls of Wolves

Listen to the Howls of Wolves

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 22, 2013 20

Wolves are capable of many vocalizations, including barks, growls, moans, snarls, whimpers, whines, and yelps. But even though they make these sounds a lot more often than they howl, it is that sustained, doleful

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