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Travels to Where Wonderful Wild Things Are

Think about your last vacation. How did you decide where you wanted to go? Was it the sun? The food? Or maybe some of the sights you’d see along the way?Traditionally, when it comes to traveling, it’s about the destination.  518 more words


Whales-gray, Icelandic and beluga!

MK Nature Design speaks of the gray whales in Russia, whales in Iceland and the Beluga in the St Lawrence, Canada.  Whales are biological indicators and as such should be protected! 521 more words

MK Nature Design

Majestic Beluga Whales

I was in awe in the company of those majestic Beluga Whales (or white whales). Truly, they were very graceful and had an air of playfulness and tenderness to them. 8 more words

Dog sledding on an Alaska glacier: Part I

Wow. As a long-term Alaska resident, I wasn’t expecting to be impressed by Alpine Air Alaska Inc.’s Glacier Dog Sledding outing. I had been on glaciers, I had covered the Iditarod and other dog sledding races. 498 more words

SeaWorld Maintains Breeding Programs

A 140 pound Beluga whale calf was born last Thursday in SeaWorld, San Antonio, bringing the park’s Beluga population up to 8 whales.

The calf’s birth comes after a three-week-old beluga, who was born prematurely at the park, died in July 2015. 294 more words