From surf trips to urban exploring, packing is easy so long as you have the right gear
From deceptively simple backpacks to hard-shell suitcases and durable duffles, these travel bags will get your gear to your next destination safely and stylishly.Read More →
Portland, Or (February 1, 2014): Bonfire celebrates 25 years of making premium snowboard outerwear for riders who demand the best in style, function and performance.Read More →
The elite surfer even has a children's book to his name
Privately educated and socially aware Adrian Buchan, the recent Billabong Pro Tahiti champion, might be professional surfing's smartest man.Read More →
Scientists will embark July 30 off Cape Cod on a month-long effort to tag as many as 20 apex predators; 'our knowledge base will grow exponentially'
Imagine a world in which people can keep tabs on all of the large great white sharks that roam the world’s oceans. Lots more wouldRead More →
A new editorial in Canoe & Kayak magazine explores the debate
[This story originally appeared on canoekayak.com. It has been reprinted with permission from Canoe & Kayak magazine.] Today’s paddlers live in a different world. CompactRead More →
Animal lovers might recall watching footage late last summer of a pig swimming to the rescue of a baby goat whose hoof had become stuck at the bottom of a petting zoo pond. The hero pig nudged the goat free and it swam ashore. The YouTube clip (posted below) was beyond cute and went viral after being shared on social media platforms and featured by most major morning shows and national news networks. But what many may not know is that the clip was completely staged...Read More →
January is turning out to be a fantastic month for new babies in California, and for observing them in the wild. We're talking critter babies, and two extraordinary sightings were made during the first week of the new year: that of a gray whale seen shortly after birth off San Diego, and that of an elephant seal live birth at a Central California rookery.Both were made Saturday by close Facebook friends, and while these types of sightings are not super rare, they do require being..Read More →
It has been nearly two weeks since Felix Baumgartner's historic skydive from the edge of space, but on Friday the Red Bull Stratos project released the first video with soundtrack that experts believe contains an actual sonic boom--the first by a human not in an aircraft. Baumgartner, who stepped out of a space capsule 24 miles (or 128,100 feet) above earth, went supersonic at 34 seconds of free fall. Viewers can detect a faint boom at about the 25-second mark of the edited footage posted..Read More →
Boaters often encounter pods of dolphins, even very large pods. But only rarely do they encounter "super pods," which are formed when several dolphin sub groups gather as one, and few have captured this event as beautifully as photographer Chase Jarvis and explorer Mike Horn.They were aboard Horn's 110-foot sailboat off Cape Town, South Africa, when perhaps as many as 10,000 common dolphins appeared around their boat, swimming in what's sometimes referred to as stampede..Read More →
Russian scientists have released footage of what's believed to be the world's only all-white adult male orca, which belongs to a small pod known to inhabit waters off Russia's Commander Islands in the Bering Sea. The orca was named "Iceberg" because of the way its towering white dorsal fin broke the surface of the chilly waters east of the Kamchatka Peninsula.Researchers with with the Far East Russia Orca Project spotted and photographed Iceberg twice in 2010, but are only now..Read More →
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