Yellowstone Wolves and Changing Landscapes

Most of us learned about the web of life in school, but no one has a complete understanding of the complexities involved in food webs. Given time, we often see…

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Don’t Forget About Our National Wildlife Refuges

Florida's Pelican Island became the country's first national wildlife refuge back in 1903.  Today, every state and territory has at least one refuge within an hour's drive of most major…

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Peru’s Newest National Park – Sierra del Divisor

Earlier this month, a new national park received final approval by Peru’s president, Ollanta Humala. Sierra del Divisor National Park spans 3.3 million acres, protecting a huge swath in the…

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Mexico 2015 – Photo and Video Highlights

We’ve just returned from our sixth scouting trip to Mexico this year.   Our latest trip was to Guadalupe Island where we spent three days cage diving with great white sharks.…

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Good News for Monarch Butterflies

Monarch butterflies are found throughout the United States, though a majority of the population migrates up to 3,000 miles to Mexico for the winter months.  In 1996, the Mexican government…

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Galapagos Big 15

Maybe you’ve heard of Africa’s Big Five (buffalo, rhino, elephant, lion and leopard). The Big Five was coined by big game hunters and refers to the five most difficult species…

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Ecuador – Hummingbird Paradise

Although Ecuador only covers 0.2% of the world’s surface, it ranks as the country with the largest biodiversity per kilometer in the world. About the size of Colorado, Ecuador is…

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Costa Rica Trip Report – Tortuguero

Though Tortuguero, Costa Rica is primarily known for its turtle season, it offers an abundance of other wildlife watching opportunities. Tortuguero (the name of both the town and the national…

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