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Are We Now Losing Our Most Iconic Buildings Due to Climate Change?

Are We Now Losing Our Most Iconic Buildings Due to Climate Change?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 8, 2014 6

“Extinction tourism” is a familiar term when it comes to wildlife and natural habitats: it’s described as a desire to see the animals and landscapes that are just managing to hang on before they’re

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Video: Flying through Forests as a Goshawk

Video: Flying through Forests as a Goshawk

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 30, 2010 3

Human beings have a number of common dream themes, and one of them is flying. We’ve probably all imagined a bird’s-eye view of one landscape or another. If you’ve ever wondered, however, what flying

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Exactitude of Maps

Exactitude of Maps

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 22, 2010 6

If the caves near Lascaux, France, are any indication, it seems that our kind has been interested in depicting the directions for how to get from here to there ever since 13,500 B.C., when

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Finding the True Spirit of Nature Travel

Finding the True Spirit of Nature Travel

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 5, 2009 14

It almost sounds mythical. But there’s truly a place on the far western edge of our continent where a rare animal—a white black bear—can still hunt, fish, gather berries and raise cubs unbothered by

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