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COVID-19 and Feeling Out Friendships—of the Dolphin Kind

COVID-19 and Feeling Out Friendships—of the Dolphin Kind

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 7, 2020 0

I had a much-needed get-together with a longtime friend over the weekend—via Zoom, of course, during these coronavirus times and after at least five consecutive days of rising cases in the United States. My

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Pandemic Ponderings: 25 Phenomenal Facts about our Planet

Pandemic Ponderings: 25 Phenomenal Facts about our Planet

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 9, 2020 0

Since 1970, the annual Earth Day has been a time for us to reflect on the beautiful planet, the third from the sun, that we call home. Twenty years after that groundbreaking year, we

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City Plans to Consider Nature’s Impact on Mental Health

City Plans to Consider Nature’s Impact on Mental Health

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 2, 2020 0

There are two astonishing facts about how we live that I think are closely related. The first is that by 2050, two of every three people on Earth will reside in a city. The

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Working at Home? Look at Cute Baby Animals and Get More Done

Working at Home? Look at Cute Baby Animals and Get More Done

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 12, 2020 0

A lot of us are working from home right now; and if you happen to be someone who’s not used to the freelance life, it may be harder than you imagined. After a couple

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Spy Hummingbird Captures Footage of Magnificent Monarch Swarm in Mexico

Spy Hummingbird Captures Footage of Magnificent Monarch Swarm in Mexico

Natural Habitat Adventures May 11, 2020 0

In this astounding clip from the PBS Nature miniseries Spy in the Wild, a drone camera disguised as a hummingbird journeys into the center of a monarch butterfly swarm in Mexico’s Central Highlands—a spectacle

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Connection with Nature as a Child Means a Healthier Adult

Connection with Nature as a Child Means a Healthier Adult

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 7, 2020 0

Seeking out the natural world—and the wildlife that occupies it—is a good way to cope with the coronavirus pandemic and its resultant shelter-in-place edicts. But now, there’s even more reason to indulge in the

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Staff Picks: 15 Nature Documentaries to Watch Right Now

Staff Picks: 15 Nature Documentaries to Watch Right Now

Natural Habitat Adventures April 6, 2020 0

We’ve all been staying at home for a few weeks now, and you may have burned through all the binge-worthy TV shows on your watch list. So, what to tune in to after you’ve finished every episode Game of

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Go on an African Safari—Live from Your Living Room!

Go on an African Safari—Live from Your Living Room!

Natural Habitat Adventures April 5, 2020 0

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to experience the exhilaration of a wildlife drive on an African safari, now is your chance! Wildlife education organization WildEarth is streaming live safaris from South Africa

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