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  • Honoring Valentines in the Animal Kingdom

    Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone.  Some of you may be celebrating with a special someone.  And for those still looking for love, that makes you like much of the rest of the animal kingdom.  Today many of us practice wooing with rituals full of flowers, chocolate and a myriad of other enticements.  The type of stuff that’s really not all that

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  • Jenn

    When I was younger, I dreamed of being free.  I wanted to roam and explore the world on my terms.  The idea of “life as an adventure” had massive appeal, but as a recent college graduate I didn’t yet have the means to live that way.  Faced with such a challenge, a driven, goal-oriented individual might dedicate all their efforts

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  • Making the Most of Your Nature Photography Tour

    So you’ve signed up for a nature photography tour.  Or perhaps you decided to plan your own trip, hire a private guide and are looking forward to exploring the wilds and coming face to face with all sorts of exotic species.  In either case, you’re probably relying on a local expert to take you to the places that offer the

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  • New Photos: PNW Parks & Reserves 2016-2017

    In recent weeks I’ve had an opportunity to lead a couple of private tours here in the Pacific Northwest.  That allowed me to snap a few more photos before the end of the year, so I’ve updated the PNW Parks & Reserves 2016 gallery with some late additions.  In the second week of January, I hosted a long-time client on

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  • Save the Children: Barred Owls Live Among Us

    On Tuesday, the U.S. Secretary of Education nominee made headlines during her congressional confirmation hearing.  When asked by senators about her views on having guns in schools, Betsy DeVos cited local wildlife as one reason guns may be necessary.  Referring to the state of Wyoming, DeVos said, “I think probably there, I would imagine that there’s probably a gun in

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