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Northern Lights Timelapse – Next Best Thing to Being There

Northern Lights Timelapse – Next Best Thing to Being There

Emily Deemer June 4, 2013 6

There are few sights as mystifying as the aurora borealis, aka the Northern Lights.  If you get to see the Northern Lights in person, you are one lucky traveler.  If you can’t get there just

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Behind The Scenes- Making of the Great Bear Stakeout

Behind The Scenes- Making of the Great Bear Stakeout

Brad Josephs May 16, 2013 0

My involvement in the film The Great Bear Stakeout, which depicts the Grizzly’s struggle for survival in the wilderness of the Alaska Peninsula, is thus far, one of my career highlights. I actually don’t

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Top 10 Cutest Mother/Baby Wildlife Photos: A Mother’s Day Tribute

Top 10 Cutest Mother/Baby Wildlife Photos: A Mother’s Day Tribute

guest May 7, 2013 1

Moms love us unconditionally, they are the glue of our families, and they work extremely hard usually receiving little praise in return.  This is every bit as true in the animal kingdom as well. 

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Do Digital Devices Dampen Travel Desire?

Do Digital Devices Dampen Travel Desire?

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 8, 2013 23

The gift-giving-and-receiving season has been over for a few weeks now, and the chances that you were the recipient of at least one electronic gadget of some kind or another—such as a smartphone, laptop

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In the Hall of a Mountain Cat

In the Hall of a Mountain Cat

Lisa Poppleton November 29, 2012 2

When I see this broad furry face staring straight into the camera, I can’t help but think of a wizened little mountain troll.  “What are you doing in my home?” it seems to say.

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Wildlife on Candid Camera

Wildlife on Candid Camera

Lisa Poppleton September 12, 2012 0

One of the features on the newly redesigned website of The World Wildlife Fund that I have enjoyed is the camera trap photo galleries from the Amazon, Russia, Nepal, and Ecuador. To obtain data

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World Elephant Day

World Elephant Day

Wendy Redal August 12, 2012 0

Elephants have had a bad year, especially in the Central African nation of Cameroon. Earlier in 2012, a band of heavily armed poachers invaded Bouba N’Djida National Park, killing more than 300 elephants for

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Announcing the Winners of our 2012 Photo Contest!

Announcing the Winners of our 2012 Photo Contest!

Natural Habitat Adventures August 1, 2012 7

From sun-drenched African vistas to ethereal wintertime landscapes to poignant portraits of some of the world’s most fascinating wildlife, our 1st annual photo contest brought in some truly amazing images.  With so many great

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