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Freedom to Move: Unplanned Migration

Seven years and three animal migrations later, here I am, still in western Wyoming focusing my life around photographing animals that migrate. I sometimes call myself a National Geographic magazine contributing photographer, but I need to pinch myself because it all was a far-fetched dream that became real. I grew up in rural South Dakota, then…

Video: The Guardian – Chasing the “Greatest Conservation Story Ever Told” in Namibia

An elephant! Her leathery wrinkles are amazing—great texture. Must get a detail shot. Did we get a model release for that beautiful child? Yes, ok good. Who will be the main voice of the film? There is a pride of lions lounging under that tree.  When will we charge our batteries next? Oh there’s an…

Best New Trips in the World: Tracking Wildlife in Slovakia

For our annual Adventure Travel issue, we scoured the globe to find the 25 Best New Trips in the World for 2010, complete with a Best Trips photo gallery. Today, we present Slovakia. The world’s far corners are now well within reach. SLOVAKIA: Tracking a Wild Pack Thirteen years ago, British biologist Robin Rigg ventured into Slovakia’s Carpathian…

Tiger Update: Indonesian Authorities Arrest Suspected Tiger Skin Traders

We reported last month that the entire population of tigers in the Panna Tiger Reserve in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has been completely decimated by poachers. But now, the good guys have some points on the board. On August 13, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced two successful raids, and numerous arrests by…

Spring Fever: Top 10 (Cute) Animal Videos

Text by Andrea Minarcek. Read previous ADVENTURE Top 10 lists. We know. We know what you’re thinking: What in the heck do cutesy animal videos have to do with ADVENTURE? Well, in our defense, baby animals are synonymous with spring and they love the outdoors. That's just a fact. And after last week’s spring-fever-prompted Top 10…