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Camp Adventure Park Observation Tower

Camp Adventure Park Observation Tower

motherearth February 16, 2018 0

Normally you climb to the top of an observation tower to jockey for position in a small space that has room for maybe five sets of eyes. Not the case with the Camp Adventure

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Svart Is an Energy-Positive Hotel in the Arctic Circle

Svart Is an Energy-Positive Hotel in the Arctic Circle

motherearth February 13, 2018 0

Snøhetta is a name you’re familiar with if you frequent this site, as we’ve featured a couple of the firm’s otherworldly structures. It should come as no surprise, then, that the latest is once again incredibly

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Chile Just Created 10 Million Acres Of New National Parks

Chile Just Created 10 Million Acres Of New National Parks

motherearth January 31, 2018 0

Chile has created two new national parks and expanded three others thanks to 1 million acres donated by former Patagonia CEO Kristine McDivitt Tompkins and another 9 million acres declared national parks by Chilean

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The Topas Ecolodge Is A Serene Way To Experience North Vietnam

The Topas Ecolodge Is A Serene Way To Experience North Vietnam

motherearth January 2, 2018 Comments Off on The Topas Ecolodge Is A Serene Way To Experience North Vietnam

Perched on a hilltop in Hoang Lien National Park, the Topas Ecolodge is a serene way to experience North Vietnam. Accommodations come in the form of 33 one-bedroom bungalows. Made from local white granite

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In 2018, There Will Only Be 4 Days You Can Get Into National Parks For Free

In 2018, There Will Only Be 4 Days You Can Get Into National Parks For Free

motherearth December 20, 2017 Comments Off on In 2018, There Will Only Be 4 Days You Can Get Into National Parks For Free

Every year, the National Park Service releases a list of the dates when park visitors can get into national park sites free in the upcoming year. Over the past few years, there have been

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This National Park Just Shoots Poachers To Protect Rhinos

This National Park Just Shoots Poachers To Protect Rhinos

motherearth December 6, 2017 Comments Off on This National Park Just Shoots Poachers To Protect Rhinos

Kaziranga National Park has been successful in the conservation of rhinos — to protect the fellow critters, its workers will shoot and even kill a potential poacher. To date, the park has killed 50

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On The Port Lympne Reserve, The Tiger Lodge Gives You The Experience Of Sleeping With The Big Cats

On The Port Lympne Reserve, The Tiger Lodge Gives You The Experience Of Sleeping With The Big Cats

motherearth December 5, 2017 Comments Off on On The Port Lympne Reserve, The Tiger Lodge Gives You The Experience Of Sleeping With The Big Cats

Located on the Port Lympne Reserve, the Tiger Lodge gives you the experience of sleeping with the big cats. Each room is wood-lined and includes its own log-burning stove. Sit back in the leather

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U.S. Lifts Ban On Importing Elephant Trophies From Zimbabwe And Zambia

U.S. Lifts Ban On Importing Elephant Trophies From Zimbabwe And Zambia

motherearth November 17, 2017 Comments Off on U.S. Lifts Ban On Importing Elephant Trophies From Zimbabwe And Zambia

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today that it has lifted an Obama-era ban on importing sport-hunted trophies of elephants from Zimbabwe and Zambia. The Service said it had found that allowing trophy imports would

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How America’s National Parks Became Hotbeds of Paranormal Activity

How America’s National Parks Became Hotbeds of Paranormal Activity

motherearth October 30, 2017 Comments Off on How America’s National Parks Became Hotbeds of Paranormal Activity

The disappearance of Stacy Ann Arras has a cultish online following. On dozens of Reddit threads and chat boards, thousands of people—strangers intimately familiar with her life—obsessively dissect her vanishing. The case is mysterious,

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National Park Service Wants To Charge Up To $70 To Visit Grand Canyon & Other Popular Parks

National Park Service Wants To Charge Up To $70 To Visit Grand Canyon & Other Popular Parks

motherearth October 26, 2017 Comments Off on National Park Service Wants To Charge Up To $70 To Visit Grand Canyon & Other Popular Parks

Most national parks are free to enjoy, but some of the most popular destinations overseen by the National Park Service charge entrance fees of around $25 to $30 for a full vehicle. Today, the

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