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Scotland’s Wild Highlands: A Numbered Photo Journal

Scotland’s Wild Highlands: A Numbered Photo Journal

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 19, 2018 14

Surrounded by the bracing waters of the North Sea to the east, and the North Atlantic Ocean to the west and north, Scotland is a place of rugged coastlines, of mountains and valleys, and

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Giving Females Their Voices: Understudied Birdsong

Giving Females Their Voices: Understudied Birdsong

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 12, 2018 4

One of my favorite environmental authors, Terry Tempest Williams, once wrote about an experience she had in 1994 when testifying before Congress on behalf of conserving wild lands in Utah. She said: “Congressman Jim

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Video: Bighorn Sheep Return to Their Yosemite Homeland

Video: Bighorn Sheep Return to Their Yosemite Homeland

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 7, 2018 1

Naturalist and environmental philosopher John Muir once referred to them as “the bravest of all Sierra mountaineers.” Who were these intrepid adventurers? Here’s a clue: they had more than two feet. The Father of Our National

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This World Oceans Day Leave the Plastic at Home

This World Oceans Day Leave the Plastic at Home

WWF June 5, 2018 1

The longer days and sunnier skies are signaling the arrival of beach vacation season. If you, like many, love to spend time by the ocean, it’s time to appreciate all that our oceans do for

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Barred Owl

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Barred Owl

Kendal Bower May 25, 2018 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a regular dinner-time visitor. Photographer John Ferris says Sidney, as this barred

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Video: A Newly Discovered Yellowstone Migration

Video: A Newly Discovered Yellowstone Migration

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 24, 2018 0

After a long winter—which still seems to be hanging on in some places—people are understandably anxious to get outside and get on the move again. Perhaps we take our cue from the nonhuman animals,

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