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Watching Icebergs in Greenland

Watching Icebergs in Greenland

Natural Habitat Adventures May 20, 2020 0

We were zipping across Sermilik Fjord on an impossibly blue-sky day. I had convinced myself that it was going to rain every day that I was in Greenland, so this weather was an unexpected

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Traveler Story: Memories of Alaska

Traveler Story: Memories of Alaska

Natural Habitat Adventures April 27, 2020 0

Our two-week adventure began in Fairbanks, where we met our guide, Mike Hillman, and our 12 traveling companions. As we headed south toward Denali National Park, we got to know our newfound friends and

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Traveler Story: A River Walk at Brooks Falls

Traveler Story: A River Walk at Brooks Falls

Natural Habitat Adventures April 13, 2020 0

“Our best moment of the trip was when our group went on a river walk with our Expedition Leader at Brooks Falls. We were able to get up close and personal with several bears,

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3 Highlights from an Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

3 Highlights from an Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures March 25, 2020 0

You think you know. You think you know how big and grand Alaska is before you go. It is jaw-droppingly huge and beautiful and fierce all at the same time. I had the privilege

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The Sounds of Greenland

The Sounds of Greenland

Natural Habitat Adventures March 18, 2020 0

When I first considered my trip to Greenland, I enthusiastically anticipated the breathtaking scenery of fjords and icebergs bobbing among crystal clear waters. But what transpired far exceeded my expectations. The multi-sensory experience was

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Traveler Story: Greenland in Words & Photos

Traveler Story: Greenland in Words & Photos

Natural Habitat Adventures September 28, 2019 0

Ellen and I have been fortunate to travel widely and see a world beyond where we live. Our recent trip to Greenland certainly ranks high on our list of favorites. It was remote. It

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A Shifting Landscape: Images of Greenland’s Ice

A Shifting Landscape: Images of Greenland’s Ice

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 1, 2013 21

With hundreds of staggeringly beautiful, ice-choked fjords, snowcapped summits, rushing waterfalls and flowing glaciers, Greenland is a paradise for cold-place fans, such as myself. And, if you seek remote and unpopulated corners, Greenland satisfies

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An Iceberg Larger than Chicago is Born in Antarctica

An Iceberg Larger than Chicago is Born in Antarctica

Emily Deemer July 12, 2013 0

Breaking news in Antarctica this week: the  2-year-old crack in Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier (nicknamed PIG) has finally given out.  The PIG calved a new  iceberg larger than the city of Chicago in the Amundsen

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