We're used to a variety of colors of beaches, like black, pink, or nude--but red? If you travel to China in the upcoming season, the fall, that's exactly what you'll see at the aptly named Red Beach in Panjin. Located in the Liaohe River Delta in northeastern China, Red Beach is a protected reserve that attracts a lot of attention in the early fall, when its grass collectively blushes. The crimson flora is a variety of seepweed, a type of salt-tolerant grass, that..Read More →
How to have a great time outdoors with your kiddos near the City of the Saints
The Salt Lake Valley, which contains Salt Lake City and many of its suburbs, has the middle name “outdoor adventureland.”Read More →
Go there if fish guts and gators are your idea of a good time
Before you cross the Overseas Highway into Big Pine Key, Florida, you better reset your watch to island time—things move a little more slowly here. […]Read More →
These do-it-yourself necessities will save you some cash...and they're easy!
Keep costs down and the fun factor up with these five pieces of camping gear that you can make at home.Read More →
Nation’s Premier Wildlife Conservation Network Marks 111 Years
A singular number for a singular event: That’s the 111th birthday of the National Wildlife Refuge System, set for celebration on March 14. Without the […]Read More →
Tide & Pool is aiming to revolutionize beach towels once and for all
Like most great inventions, the idea for Tide & Pool towels—a line of luxuriously soft and beautifully printed beach and pool towels launched earlier this […]Read More →
Big cat is observed silently stalking and then attacking and immobilizing alligator-like caiman in Brazilian wetlands; 'This guy knew his business'
Weeks after it published a series of images showing a large jaguar stalking and attacking a caiman in Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands, National Geographic released exclusive video […]Read More →
More than 48,000 photos from 98 countries were submitted to the Veolia Environnement (sic) Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition held by the Natural History Museum in London, and the winning entries from amateurs and professionals are incredible, and in some cases downright mesmerizing. "It amazes me to discover new and startling moments that have never been seen before," said Jim Brandenburg, chair of the judges panel. "Secret moments in nature combined with a talented..Read More →
Southern California's most iconic summer pointbreak, Surfrider Beach in Malibu, has been suffering from a pesky closeout problem in recent years. The inlet has been breaching at the east end of Malibu Lagoon. And as a result, the upper points are starved of sand while the wave at First Point is being broken up by a sandbar.The current positioning of the inlet is also causing problems for the city of Malibu due to the rapid erosion of the land surrounding the historic Adamson..Read More →
Every year, a group of anti-whaling nonprofit organizations that includes Greenpeace, Sea Shepherd, and the World Wildlife Fund spend, by conservative estimates, some $25 million on a variety of activities intended to end commercial whaling. And every year, commercial whaling not only continues, but grows.Under the current, largely unregulated system, the number of whales harvested annually has doubled since the early 1990s, to about two thousand per year. Further, many..Read More →
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