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The Grand Canyon, the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee, and Utah’s surreal rock formations are all familiar landmarks within the United States National Parks. Whether you’re looking to avoid larger groups of people, or just want to experience something new, the following list of places is sure to add a bit of wonder to your next stateside vacation.
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Photojournalist Brian Skerry is an 11-time award winner in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, one of the most prestigious photography events in the world. It's easy to see why from his Instagram page. Skerry's work has also been featured in publications such as National Geographic Magazine, the Washington Post, the New York Times and Smithsonian. Check out some of Skerry’s best work and follow him on Instagram at @brianskerry for more.
The Public's Favorite Wildlife Photos
The 2021 annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition drew thousands of entries, each one even better than the last. Before final voting ends, check out some of the images up for the People’s Choice Award.
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Each year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards honors the year's most hilarious wildlife photos. Top photos include birds, bears, penguins, and other wildlife doing surprisingly silly things.
10 Animals You May Not Know are Nearly Extinct
According to the World Wildlife Fund, there are seven levels of extinction risk. Extinct, extinct in the wild, critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable, near threatened and least concern. There are some animals on the critically endangered and endangered lists that you may not even know about. Check out these 10 animals that face possible extinction and visit the link below to find out how you can help.
Breathtaking Photos of the Northern Lights
The northern lights are one of the most magnificent phenomena in all of nature. If you’re lucky, you might be able to glimpse the bright colors dancing in the sky, but if not, check out these gorgeous images from the Northern Lights Photographer of the Year shortlist.
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Each day, NASA releases a breathtaking image from outer space, giving us a glimpse into the spectacular spectacle of the sky. Check out 10 of the best images from the past month and visit the link below for more incredible photographs.
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Nearly 100 years ago, on April 12, 1934, staff members perched in a tiny observatory atop one of the most extreme locations on Earth braved the dangerous elements to record one of the world’s most intense wind gusts.
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Wildlife Photos Help Save African Wildlife
More than 50 of the world’s top wildlife photographers are using their talents for a good cause. Due to COVID-19, tourism has significantly decreased, and as a result, Africa’s national parks are struggling to come up with the revenue to maintain conservation areas. Each photographer submitted one wildlife print to be sold at $100 and all proceeds will go to the African Parks Network — an NGO that will disperse the funds as needed. The goal was to raise $250,000, but the fundraiser has already exceeded that. For more information, visit the link below.