The Commercialization of National Parks


It only took 100 years for the National Park Service to let Corporate America in.

Getting Kinky in the Compost Heap


Ecosexual Bathhouse, “a safe, NSA space where the enviro-oriented can blossomsubmit and explore.”

Sedimentary Snorkelling


A 600-Mile Coral Reef has been discovered at the mouth of the Amazon.

They Fear Shaking Around that Faulty Ring of Fire


Two earthquakes in Japan, one in Ecuador, and one near Tonga in the past week have scientists worrying about a ‘mega’ quake.

The Natural Arts


Today in crazy insects, the Rosy Maple Moth.

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Bird Moves


Gif-out to a year of migration for 118 bird species across the Western Hemisphere.

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Meet Alex, the first Atlantic hurricane to form in January since 1938.

The Panda of the Sea


China’s relatively small, but insatiable appetite for the giant totoaba fish’s swim bladder, aka “Aquatic Cocaine,” is putting another species at risk, the vaquita, which is the world’s smallest porpoise. Less than 100 of these shy little creatures are left in the northernmost section of the Gulf of California, the only place they live.

Dunes and Lagoons


The Lençóis Maranhenses National Park in Northeastern Brazil.

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Becoming the Next Ansel Adams


While the government work jargon isn’t all that attractive, this job as Photographer, GS-1060-11/12 (1564575) for the Department Of The Interior National Park Service is an absolute dream.

Imagine… Earthships

Off-grid homes made of garbage outside of Taos, New Mexico.

Who Better to Save the Arctic Than A Couple of Celebrities?

Alexander Skarsgård and Jack McBrayer head north with Greenpeace.

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