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Snowy Owl in Washington DC

Snowy Owl Sighting in Downtown DC

Today brought another rare sighting of a snowy owl in downtown Washington, D.C., this time on the Washington Post building at the corner of 15th and L St. N.W. (Any …

iPhone in Nature

14 Apps That Will Revolutionize Your Walk in the Woods

Many argue that smartphones are keeping kids out of the woods and locked up behind their screens. However, these devices and the new mobile apps they put at our fingertips assist …

Image: Flickr/jroldenettel

Arizona Mine Threatens Endangered Jaguar

There are very few Jaguars left in the United States, which explains why recent photographs taken by Arizona Game and Fish using motion sensor trail cameras are causing such a stir. …

Great News for Conservation: More Hunters and Anglers in America!

Great news for Conservation!  The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) just released their preliminary hunting and fishing numbers, showing that over the past 5 years there are 9% more hunters …

Wildlife Week – Eight Ways You Can Personally Become a…

Flickr photo by Chris Barron.

Sky Dance of the American Woodcock

Last spring we visited Virginia's Great Falls National Park during one of the free weekends.

Top Reasons Why Your Family Will Love Visiting National Parks

Let Nature Calm Your Economic Fears

Five tips for destressing through nature during unsettling economic times.

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Ways Google+ Can Help Nature and Wildlife Lovers

This is a guest post by Adam Jack, who is passionate about wildlife watching and wildlife citizen science. He’s developed tools (such as WildObs) for naturalists and nature-lovers and helps …

No Child Left Inside- Be Out There!

No Child Left Inside How often do kids spend time outdoors in unstructured play? Not too often nowadays. If you think your kids are getting that outdoor time at school, …

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