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East Greenland: One Wild Ride

East Greenland: One Wild Ride

Jennie Lay October 2, 2019 0

Big ice. Big mountains. Big whales. Everything about Greenland is enormous. On the ground in East Greenland, a sense of awe bowled us over with each encounter, every single day. We counted our infinite

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Greenland: Keeping it Cool

Greenland: Keeping it Cool

Jennie Lay September 25, 2019 0

Last summer, encounters with the Greenland ice sheet made me cry. Twice. In August, I traveled to East Greenland—the remote part of the frozen expanse that Inuit locals call the “back side.” Sailing past

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Tune In: A Galapagos Binge

Tune In: A Galapagos Binge

Jennie Lay April 14, 2018 0

Extinction is a pandemic. It’s not just species we’re losing every day. We’re also abandoning quiet spaces and undisturbed places. Perhaps saddest of all, as we surrender these finite treasures, we are losing our

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All In For Totality

All In For Totality

Jennie Lay August 28, 2017 1

A swan splashed down last spring in the lake near my cabin. Before that lone juvenile arrived, I had no clue swans flew through northwest Colorado’s mountain valleys. He joined a posse of voracious

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Pinch Me: Polar Bears & Northern Lights

Pinch Me: Polar Bears & Northern Lights

Jennie Lay February 20, 2017 6

While it is one of the best times to see wild polar bears, late November isn’t exactly prime time for viewing the northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba. Skies are supposed to be stormy. Winter

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