Wildlife SOS, a company working towards saving India’s wildlife, is saving elephants who are injured and fighting against dancing bears in circuses.
Animals don’t travel like humans do, but they play a part in every human civilization on earth. Here are travel stories that involve animals and animal lovers.
Joe Wilkins made over fifty trips in remote regions of the Brooks Range. Check out his book, “Gates of the Arctic, Twelve Years of Arctic Exploration”
Pristine and beautiful, Wrangell, Alaska offers glaciers, seals, sea lions and orcas and hiking along the coast in Tongass National Forest.
By Ann H. Waigand Spending time on a farm can be strangely reassuring. After all, staying on the land provides a brief, but intimate, glimpse into the way things used to be and confirms that, somewhere in this technologically advanced world, there are communities still living quite well on what they cultivate from the land. […]
A new children’s book, All Fish Faces,” shows what many different ocean fish look like and how they live, and a blogger traveled the world volunteering.
By Joshua Clayton The only thing that I had set in my head was that I wanted to see a platypus. A real, wild platypus. I didn’t have any other specific goals in Australia except this. This was realized on an overcast, mild September morning crouched on the bank of a creek in the Tasmanian […]
Animal Tales: Sometimes the creatures are more interesting than the people you meet! By: Lori Veale Cherney The people you meet when you travel remain a treasure long after the end of any trip. There are so many fascinating homo sapiens on this planet that nearly every trip conjures up unique memories of our fellow […]