I gotta say, I almost think is a good thing, both to remind rich conservationists what really goes on out there that they can't buy and to bring scrutiny to.
Back in 2001, some people were putting together a compilation of the weird and awesome undersea documentaries of the French filmmaker Jean Painleve. They didn't want to play these with.
I've spent more than my share of time in rural western Pennsylvania and the only way to describe it is as a beautiful and surprisingly wild place with an aging,.
Forget the Bambi thing--there are too many deer. Effectively, in 2023, all animals in the United States are managed. If you create a scenario where you strip away the apex.
I have no idea how many animals will be able to adapt and not go extinct due to climate change, and that includes human beings. But it is interesting that.
As some of you may know, the book I'm mostly working on is a history of the Pacific Northwest since 1960. I wasn't entirely sure what the thesis was going.
For all the hiking I've done, I've ever only seen a rattlesnake once and that was when I was driving across Wyoming and one was doing its crazy sidewinder slither.
This is such a weird story. Mountaintop removal is a horrible, nasty, awful thing, one that reshapes an entire region's geology, some of the oldest mountains in the world, and.