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Grand Teton National Park Photo-Essay: from Marmots to Moose and Pikas to Pronghorn

Grand Teton National Park Photo-Essay: from Marmots to Moose and Pikas to Pronghorn

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 15, 2019 0

While there are higher mountains in North America, perhaps none are more dramatic than those in the Teton Range. Grand Teton Mountain rises almost 7,000 feet straight up from the Jackson Hole Valley, with no

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No Time to Waste: The World’s First Zero Waste Adventure

No Time to Waste: The World’s First Zero Waste Adventure

WWF October 11, 2019 0

Natural Habitat Adventures and WWF educate and inspire travelers to adopt lifelong habits to save treasured natural spaces and species. The light yellow curtain of early morning sunlight poured onto the still-dewy grasses in

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Norway Island Proposes Going Time-Free

Norway Island Proposes Going Time-Free

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 1, 2019 0

There are places in the world and experiences in life that make you forget about time. For me, one of those spots is in Yellowstone National Park, and many of those episodes happen when

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National Parks Are Warming Faster Than the Rest of the U.S.

National Parks Are Warming Faster Than the Rest of the U.S.

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 17, 2019 0

National parks are some of our favorite wild places, set aside for all of us to enjoy and for wildlife to find some yet remaining, far-too-scarce natural habitats. Here, in these lands, we can

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New “Ghost Forests” Are a Sign of Climate Change

New “Ghost Forests” Are a Sign of Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 20, 2019 0

Now, at the end of August, you may think that it’s about two months too early to talk about “ghost forests.” But, in fact, they have nothing to do with Halloween—and everything to do

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Bringing Wolves Back to Scotland

Bringing Wolves Back to Scotland

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 16, 2019 0

The Scottish Highlands have been described as achingly beautiful, and I’d have to agree. In this vast wilderness, glens sit in ancient glacial valleys, striped by ribbons of rivers and enclosed by jagged mountain

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Afternoon Yawn

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Afternoon Yawn

Kendal Bower February 15, 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 sleepy fox in Yellowstone National Park. Photographer Tad Sattler and his son

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Traveling Small in the Big Outdoors

Traveling Small in the Big Outdoors

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 22, 2019 3

Being an inveterate introvert, I avoid large crowds—well, really, even groups of people numbering 15 or more—like the plague. Yet the places that call to me are some of the most jam-packed because they

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