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This bowl of animal soup supports possibly the largest permanent concentration of wildlife in Africa—with a year-round source of fresh water, the wildlife need not migrate as they do in the rest of...
Not even Animal Planet could top these seriously amazing animal encounters in the Galapagos Islands. When combined with the diverse geography of each island, tourists can sidle up to some of the mo...
Nicknamed "Big Sky Country" and "The Treasure State," when you think of Montana, outdoor recreation comes to mind. Whether you’re at wildlife rich Yellowstone or admiring the beauty of Glacier Nati...
After being named Tybee Island by a Native American tribe called the Euchee, the small spit of land off of the east coast of Georgia was briefly renamed “Los Bajos” by the Spanish colonists who lan...
Back in its earliest days, mining was an integral part of Mammoth Lakes. The discovery of the Comstock Lode in 1858 brought in swarms of prospectors who were eager to make their fortunes.
The coolest destination on Earth, literally, Antarctica is the last great wilderness.
Perched high above the rest of the trees, on a lone tree with only a few limbs at the top, I spotted what I thought was a Bald Eagle. Stoic and still, the white haired bird didn’t move as I slowed ...
Northwest Florida is often referred to as “The Last Undiscovered Florida Coast,” due to a unique combination of environmental elements and Panama City Beach is a key region.
Northwestern Wyoming is a sprawling, open-air zoo. Here, forests, mountains, clear-running streams and verdant meadows nourish wolves, bison and bears - not too mention elk, eagles and bighorn shee...
Craving outdoor adventure? Get your fill this summer at Grand Teton National Park, where pristine lakes, spectacular mountains and plentiful recreational activities set the scene for an unforgettab...