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  • Welcome to the era of climate-changed fire seasons

    With triple-digit temperatures expected in parts of Southern California on Tuesday and Wednesday, it seems like an appropriate time to welcome you all to the new climate-warmed fire season. Well, everybody except Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who doesn&...
  • A forest of possibilities

    A forest of possibilities
    With nearly 800 miles of coastline stretching along two oceans, it's no surprise that more than a million surfers and sun worship-pers flock to Costa Rica to enjoy its fabulous beaches each year. But in addition to breathtaking white sands and emerald-...
  • Now's The Time To Use Try Out Those Snowshoes

    Now's The Time To Use Try Out Those Snowshoes
    No excuses. There is plenty of snow, the best in many years for snowshoeing. After all, the whole point of snowshoes is to make it possible to walk in deep snow. You received snowshoes for Christmas? Or maybe you got them for Christmas last winter,...
  • Twin peaks define southwest coast of West Indies' St. Lucia

    Twin peaks define southwest coast of West Indies' St. Lucia
    SOUFRIERE, ST. LUCIA, West Indies - The Pitons dominate the southwest coast of St. Lucia. The twin volcanic spires are the iconic image of St. Lucia, the green hulking peaks rising from the sea side by side in dramatic fashion. Le Gros Piton and Le...
  • A voyage along Alaska's Inside Passage on the Malaspina ferry

    JUNEAU, Alaska — I'd been told she'd had a little work done. Who can blame her? She was turning 50, and her life had been hard. The miles were starting to show. But after an $8-million update, she was as good as new and ready to celebrate —...
  • Florida Springs Guide: Silver Glen Springs in the Ocala National Forest

    Florida Springs Guide: Silver Glen Springs in the Ocala National Forest
    Silver Glen Springs in the Ocala National Forest Silver Glen Springs is located in the Silver Glen Springs Recreational Area of the Ocala National Forest, about 11 miles south of the town of Salt Springs. From the intersection of State Roads (SR) 19...
  • Florida Springs Guide: Juniper Springs in the Ocala National Forest

    Florida Springs Guide: Juniper Springs in the Ocala National Forest
    Juniper Springs Ocala National Forest Visitor Center 10863 E. Highway 40 Silver Springs, FL 34488 352-625-3147 or 352-236-0288 Located in the Southeastern part of the Ocala National Forest, off Fla. 40, offers a full range of outdoor activities....
  • Madagascar: Home To Lemurs, Baobabs And Other Exotic Marvels

    Madagascar: Home To Lemurs, Baobabs And Other Exotic Marvels
    MADAGASCAR — What's this lemur doing in my lap? Well, not exactly in my lap, but close enough for me to wonder about its next move. I'm in the open dining area of rustic Camp Amoureux near Madagascar's remote Kirindy dry rain-forest reserve,...
  • BGE's unwise attitude about trees

    Two points about The Sun's coverage of tree cutting by Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. ("A bid to trim power outages," Dec. 23). First, I told the management of BGE at a meeting held with them by the Baltimore City Forestry Board in 1987 that their...
  • Virginia Department of Forestry: Companies donate tree seedlings to be planted throughout state

    Virginia Department of Forestry: Companies donate tree seedlings to be planted throughout state
    Two companies are helping Virginia with tree seedlings that will be planted throughout the state, according to the Virginia Department of Forestry. Madison-based Plow and Hearth has donated 110,000 tree seedlings for planting in spring.  Since...
  • Lemur researcher works to save endangered species

    Lemur researcher works to save endangered species
    When researcher Erik Patel hiked into the mountainous rain forest of northeast Madagascar in 2001, he was a doctoral student embarking on a quest for basic scientific knowledge about one of the rarest primates in the world: a snow-white lemur called the...