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Laura Kiniry is an award-winning journalist specializing in nature, travel, and the outdoors. When she’s not out traversing Norway’s southern fjords or tracking elephants on foot in Ghana, you can find her at home in San Francisco, CA, writing about her adventures and rediscovering her own backyard. Her articles have ranged from What We Can Learn From the Sámi Tradition of Reading Snow to going On the Job with Japan’s Legendary Female Ama Divers.
Kiniry contributes regularly to such publications as Smithsonianmag.com, Atlas Obscura, BBC Travel, and Conde Nast Traveler, as well as several AAA outlets. She’s visited six continents (and counting!), spent one of her favorite summers to date working in Montana’s Glacier National Park, and embarked on a six-month backpacking journey through New Zealand, Australia, and Thailand. Occasionally she harvests olives in Italy.
Follow her travels on Instagram at @laurajkin.
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