The Last Paradise
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The Last Paradise

January 29, 2013 | Text And Photography By Ralph Lee Hopkins
Using photography as a conservation tool, Ralph Lee Hopkins tells the story of the Galápagos Islands
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Denver Area, Colorado
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Denver Area, Colorado

October 23, 2012 | Text And Photography By Jay Ryser
Adjacent to several state and national parks, diversity is the name of the game in Denver and the surrounding area.
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Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee
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Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

June 5, 2012 | Text And Photography By Susan Stanton
Located along the border of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in the U.S. park system.
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Glacier National Park, Montana
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Glacier National Park, Montana

April 24, 2012 | Text And Photography By James I. Conrad
Northern Montana's expansive Glacier National Park offers over 700 miles of trails, with 760 lakes, 175 mountains and two dozen glaciers.
Ultimate Safari!
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Ultimate Safari!

February 28, 2012 | By William Sawalich, Photography By Frans Lanting
Preparing for and demystifying African safaris for American photographers
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Discover Alaska Wildlife
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Discover Alaska Wildlife

December 27, 2011 | Text And Photography By Jon Cornforth
From the sea to the mountains, the vast wilds of Alaska give nature photographers an opportunity to find and photograph some of the most iconic wildlife in North America
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Mount Seymour Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada
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Mount Seymour Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

November 8, 2011 | Text And Photography By Kevin McNeal
Located just 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Canada, Mount Seymour Provincial Park is one of the many amazing sights found in British Columbia.
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Amicalola Falls State Park, Georgia
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Amicalola Falls State Park, Georgia

August 9, 2011 | Text And Photography By Alvin Stewart
Located just 60 miles north of Atlanta, Amicalola Falls State Park is one of Georgia's scenic jewels. Amicalola is a Cherokee Indian word for "tumbling waters," and within the park resides the Amicalola Falls, which, at 729 feet, is the tallest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River.
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Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
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Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

December 7, 2010 | Text And Photography By Salvatore Vasapolli
Covering a majority of the northeastern corner of Wyoming and extending into Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone National Park is America’s first national park and, for nature photographers especially, one of its most celebrated.
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Spearfish Canyon, Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota
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Spearfish Canyon, Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota

March 16, 2010 | Text And Photography By Dr. Randall D. Royer
Spearfish Canyon in the northern Black Hills of western South Dakota is located just off of I-90 and close to the town of Spearfish.
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Point Reyes National Seashore And Pierce Point Elk Reserve, California
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Point Reyes National Seashore And Pierce Point Elk Reserve, California

January 26, 2010 | Text And Photography By Charlene Burge
Point Reyes National Seashore is located along northern California’s spectacular coast. Accessible via scenic U.S. Highway 1, Point Reyes is 40 miles north of San Francisco.
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McNeil River State Game Sanctuary, Alaska
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McNeil River State Game Sanctuary, Alaska

December 1, 2009 | Text And Photography By Marv Binegar
Located to the southwest of Anchorage and Denali National Park & Preserve on the Alaskan peninsula, the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary is home to the world’s largest gathering of brown bears each summer.
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Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
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Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

October 20, 2009 | By Dave Willis / Photography By Daniel J. Cox/NaturalExposures.com
Churchill, Manitoba, the “Polar Bear Capital of the World,” is located on the southwestern shore of Canada’s Hudson Bay.
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Indian Lake, Connecticut
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Indian Lake, Connecticut

October 21, 2008 | Text And Photography By Michael Robichaud
Indian Lake is located in Orange, Conn., between Boston Post Road and I-95. The northern end of the lake is fed by the Indian River, which runs through a protected wetlands area. In a canoe or kayak, one may easily traverse the lake to find different photo opportunities.
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Lake Martin Rookery, Louisiana
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Lake Martin Rookery, Louisiana

October 1, 2008 | Joe Todd
Located within the Cypress Island Preserve near Lafayette, La., the Lake Martin Rookery is a bird-watcher’s paradise. The lake offers a unique habitat that attracts nearly 60 percent of all U.S. bird species to a scenic forest of oak, cypress and tupelo trees.
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Black River Wildlife Management Area, New Jersey
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Black River Wildlife Management Area, New Jersey

May 1, 2007 | Text And Photography By Joan S.Case

The Black River Wildlife Management Area (WMA), located in the township of Chester, is 12 miles west of Morristown and about one hour’s drive from New York City. This beautiful area, more than 3,000 acres in size, is easily accessible from routes 80, 206 and 513.
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Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
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Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

October 1, 2006 | Text And Photography By Theo Allofs
Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the best places in the world to see wild tigers. It’s located in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, an 18-hour train ride southeast of New Delhi. The journey by train is the best and easiest way to reach this remote reserve. The nearest airport is six hours away, and you should avoid the pothole-covered roads that lead to Bandhavgarh.
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Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Wisconsin
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Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Wisconsin

September 1, 2006 | Text And Photography By Wayne Nelson
Crex Meadows is a mix of flowages, wetlands, prairies and forest located in northwest Wisconsin. About 30,000 acres in size, it has an excellent system of gravel roads that allows you to travel the edges as well as cut across the central areas of the park. The easiest way to find the park is by taking Interstate 35 north from Minneapolis, Minn., to Highway 70.
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Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife And Fish Refuge, Mississippi
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Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife And Fish Refuge, Mississippi

June 1, 2006 | Text And Photography By Clint Farlinger
The Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge protects more than 240,000 acres in four states and is the longest wildlife refuge in the contiguous 48 states, stretching 261 miles along the Mississippi River from the Chippewa River in Wisconsin almost to Rock Island, Ill. Steep bluffs, interesting islands, ancient burial mounds, unusual flowers and migrating birds are just some of the photographic subjects waiting to be discovered. The Great River Road, a National Scenic Byway, runs along both sides of the refuge, providing easy access to the refuge and adjacent public lands. Many public boat landings offer photographers with watercraft more options for exploring the area.
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Madera Canyon Recreation Area, Arizona
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Madera Canyon Recreation Area, Arizona

July 1, 2005 | Text And Photography By Jim Burns
Over the broad Santa Cruz River Valley and bordered by mountain ranges to the north and west, Madera Canyon is a small, intimate chapel of textures, shapes and colors. An hour south of Tucson and east of Highway I-19, Madera Creek originates near 9,453-foot Mount Wrightson and winds through pine-oak forests and granite outcrops to the high desert far below. Part of Coronado National Forest, the canyon’s main attractions are hiking and bird-watching. The canyon is home to a host of colorful and unique species including the elegant trogon, whose breeding range is located here in Arizona’s "sky islands."
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