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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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Adventure & Inspiration in Patagonia

Adventure & Inspiration in Patagonia

WWF April 29, 2020 0

This year I had the wonderful opportunity to visit Patagonia in Argentina and Chile. Both countries have stunning landscapes and beautiful wildlife. The many shades of blue from glacier-fed lakes, lagoons, and waterfalls will

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Encountering a Puma in Patagonia

Encountering a Puma in Patagonia

Courtney Nachlas January 23, 2020 0

Have you ever heard someone describe a trip as a “religious experience”? Before I left for Argentina, that’s how Patagonia was explained to me – a religious experience. I thought about this a lot

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Patagonian Puma

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Patagonian Puma

Steve Selden May 10, 2019 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a puma in Patagonia.   Photographer Jerry Miller captured this image late

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Video: The Pull and Pulse of Patagonia

Video: The Pull and Pulse of Patagonia

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 5, 2018 6

Patagonia is one of those places that pulls on your heart as it slowly seeps into your veins. For me, it is achingly desolate, solitary and beautiful in its aloneness. It is a place

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Patagonian Puma

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Patagonian Puma

Kendal Bower June 8, 2018 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a puma in Patagonia. Photographer Marcelo Melo took this shot of the

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Majestic Mountains and the Death of a River | Olaf’s Corner

Majestic Mountains and the Death of a River | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver March 19, 2018 0

The Cordillera Andina is arguably the most impressive contiguous mountain range in the world, stretching 4,500 miles from the coastal plains of the Venezuelan Caribbean through Patagonia down to Cape Horn at the southern

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Be a Wildlife Naturalist During August’s Solar Eclipse

Be a Wildlife Naturalist During August’s Solar Eclipse

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 8, 2017 1

On Monday, August 21, 2017—for the first time in nearly a century—a total solar eclipse will cross the United States from coast to coast. A solar eclipse happens when a new moon moves between

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