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26 10, 2018

20 things that are better in the fall

By | 2018-10-26T10:58:38+00:00 October 26th, 2018|Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on 20 things that are better in the fall

  Fall is more than just stunning colors. - Shutterstock/ Jay Yuan Sure, the summer has sun and beach vacays, the winter has snow and sports, but fall is an especially magical season that's often overlooked. With its stunning foliage, mild weather, and pumpkin-spiced treats, what's not to love? Keep scrolling to see all [...]

26 10, 2018

Here’s the story behind that weird, rectangular iceberg

By | 2018-10-26T10:57:21+00:00 October 26th, 2018|Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on Here’s the story behind that weird, rectangular iceberg

Photo: Jeremy Harbeck/NASA When we picture icebergs, what comes to mind is a jagged mountain of ice floating in the ocean, ready to collide with the Titanic — or simply melt. What we don't picture is an iceberg that's as flat and cleanly cut as a playing card, and yet [...]

22 10, 2018

10 photos that will make you appreciate the stunning diversity of nature

By | 2018-10-22T12:46:18+00:00 October 22nd, 2018|Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on 10 photos that will make you appreciate the stunning diversity of nature

Natural History Museum unveils the top Wildlife Photographer of the Year images. This 'innerspace' look at a flying fish captures its speed, movement and beauty. (Photo: Michael Patrick O’Neill/Natural History Museum)   For 54 years, London's Natural History Museum has sought out the best in nature photography with its Wildlife [...]

18 10, 2018

28 Best Places to Visit in the USA in 2018

By | 2018-10-18T10:45:15+00:00 October 18th, 2018|city life, Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on 28 Best Places to Visit in the USA in 2018

28 Favorite Places to Visit in the USA Updated: 10/8/2018 | October 8th, 2018 From sea to shining sea, the United States is home to a diverse landscape — both culturally and physically. Spending months traveling across its vast landscape gave me a deep appreciation for all my country has [...]

16 10, 2018

Social Media Is Making the Outdoors More Dangerous

By | 2018-10-16T12:30:16+00:00 October 16th, 2018|Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on Social Media Is Making the Outdoors More Dangerous

Statistics from Los Angeles County demonstrate just how deadly doing it for the ‘Gram can be. We all know that one-upmanship on social media is stupid and dangerous. But now we may have stats to prove it. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Search and Rescue team reports that its [...]

11 10, 2018

19 beautiful forests around the world everyone should visit in their lifetime >>

By | 2018-10-11T10:16:57+00:00 October 11th, 2018|Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on 19 beautiful forests around the world everyone should visit in their lifetime >>

  There are three distinct types of forests.Forests cover 31% of the Earth's land surface, and there are three distinct types: tropical, temperate, and boreal (taiga). From the otherworldly Dragon's Blood Forest in Yemen to Hawaii's magical Rainbow Eucalyptus Forest, these vastly different woods showcase the world's unique beauty in [...]

10 10, 2018

When Getting Sorta Lost is…Good?

By | 2018-10-10T13:17:04+00:00 October 10th, 2018|Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on When Getting Sorta Lost is…Good?

We were off the map, nearly out of food and having a blast. As my wife and I neared what I assumed was an upcoming trail junction, the dotted line marking the trail we hoped to find on our (admittedly quite old) USGS topo map showed a path snaking along [...]

3 10, 2018

The Basics of Bird Migration: How, Why, and Where

By | 2018-10-03T20:03:05+00:00 October 3rd, 2018|Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on The Basics of Bird Migration: How, Why, and Where

Geese winging their way south in wrinkled V-shaped flocks is perhaps the classic picture of migration—the annual, large-scale movement of birds between their breeding (summer) homes and their nonbreeding (winter) grounds. But geese are far from our only migratory birds. Of the more than 650 species of North American breeding birds, [...]

2 10, 2018

Is it Possible to Multitask? 12 Reasons Why You May Not Want To

By | 2018-10-02T12:05:58+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|Daily Life|Comments Off on Is it Possible to Multitask? 12 Reasons Why You May Not Want To

There hasn’t been a busier time in the history of mankind than today’s fast paced digital world. Every day, we’re constantly barraged by an infinite stream of information, emails and social media notifications, whilst trying to keep up with demands from work, family and friends . Our response to this [...]

1 10, 2018

Would You Pay to Hike? Wyoming Considers Charging Hikers

By | 2018-10-01T17:04:15+00:00 October 1st, 2018|Nature, Outdoors|Comments Off on Would You Pay to Hike? Wyoming Considers Charging Hikers

As Wyoming considers first-of-its-kind fee for hiking, we wonder: Would you mind paying to maintain trails? Wyoming state lawmakers are considering a first-of-its-kind fundraising measure: Charge hikers, bikers, horseback riders, and others for using trails. At least one prominent outdoor recreation user group is on board. A mandatory $10 annual [...]