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  • Waddling with penguins, hearing whales sing in Antarctica

    Waddling with penguins, hearing whales sing in Antarctica
    Go ahead. Tell people you're traveling to Antarctica and wait for the responses: "Wait, what? Did you say Antarctica?" "Be sure to get a selfie with a polar bear, OK?" "You're gonna freeze your [you-know-what] off!" And, perhaps most frequently,...
  • Sea lion pup hitches ride on family's kayak in California

    Sea lion pup hitches ride on family's kayak in California
    A family out for a kayak trip in California picked up an unexpected hitchhiker: a sea lion pup that hopped on for a 20-minute ride. Video aired by KEYT-TV shows the little sea lion enjoying the sunshine on the back of the kayak in Santa Barbara on...
  • State grant helps with Crooked River Preserve refurbishment project

    State grant helps with Crooked River Preserve refurbishment project
    CLERMONT — Outdoor recreational opportunities in south Lake are about to get better thanks to a recent state grant awarded to the Lake County Water Authority to enhance Crooked River Preserve, south of Clermont. The 63.4-acre Crooked River...
  • Angler's first sailfish wins kayak tourney

    Angler's first sailfish wins kayak tourney
    There's a reason that Extreme Kayak Fishing's Sailfish Smack Down appeals to offshore fishing novices: They have as good a chance to win as anybody. For the second consecutive year, the winner of the tournament, which was Saturday and Sunday off the...
  • Sleepaway camps: When (and where) to go

    Sleepaway camps: When (and where) to go
    Stephanie Salvatore wasn’t sure whether her then-9-year-old daughter, Lily, was ready for sleepaway camp. But the tears were a good sign. Lily was crying because she didn’t want to go home, says Salvatore, a Bethesda mother of three....
  • VCU team working on waterfront recreational plan for Gloucester property

    VCU team working on waterfront recreational plan for Gloucester property
    GLOUCESTER – A team of faculty and students from Virginia Commonwealth University is beginning its second semester of laying out a potential waterfront recreational design for a 97-acre piece of property on the Severn River in Gloucester County....
  • 6 unprovoked shark attacks along West Coast in 2014, all in California

    6 unprovoked shark attacks along West Coast in 2014, all in California
    A recent report says there were six unprovoked shark attacks along the U.S. Pacific Coast in 2014. All of them were in California, and all the sharks were great whites. Four of the attacks occurred in October, one in July and another in December,...
  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. BLACK HAMMOCK ADVENTURES:...
  • Outdoors calendar

    Outdoors calendar
    Dec. 6: A guided moonlight canoe trip is 7-9 p.m. at Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. Meet at the Lee Road boat ramp, west of U.S. Highway 441 in Boynton Beach, for a tour through a portion of the refuge interior. Rental canoes are available for...
  • Free fun at Everglades National Park on Martin Luther King Day

    Free fun at Everglades National Park on Martin Luther King Day
    If you're looking for fun things to do on Monday, Jan. 19, enjoy free entry at Everglades National Park as the U.S. National Parks service waives fees in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. day. There are lots of fun, free, things to do in the 1.5-million-...
  • Designers pitch ideas to make Fox River a tourist attraction

    Designers pitch ideas to make Fox River a tourist attraction
    Designers aren't just looking to transform the Fox River into a more palatable recreation spot for the people of St. Charles, but are pitching a grander vision to city officials: an international, water-based tourist attraction. "We're confident the Fox...