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A Soaked Spring in Yosemite

After its wettest winter on record and a staggering sixty-three-feet of snow, Northern California — Yosemite included — is swollen with flooded valleys and thundering waterfalls....

Tripping Over Wildlife in Alaska

“In this weather, you’d step on a moose before you’d see one.” Larry Benz was standing with his hands on his hips, squinting out the glass doors of his hand-built cabin at the northern boundary of Chugach National Park, Alaska. The usual, sweeping vista of...

A Child Explorer in the Amazon

Dad’s duffel bag was permanently damaged, but it was a small price to pay to meet a superhero, in my opinion. “Now I see why they warned us!” my mother sighed. As always, mom was right: the locals who met our group of explorers had...

An Irresistible Glow: The Hypnosis of Bioluminescence

Their traps were set: Along a dark, dripping wall of stone, silk strands dangled in waiting. The victims, attracted to an irresistible glow, would be caught in the pearls of glue that shone like drops of dew in my flashlight beams....

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