When I First Fell For The Arctic


Corey Himrod | January 23, 2017
(This piece is posted with permission from the Patagonia Cleanest Line blog.) Nathaniel Wilder’s photography work takes him back to the Arctic year after year: to an Iñupiat whaling village on the Chukchi Sea, for a honeymoon traverse through the Gates of the Arctic, to a village of Gwich’in caribou hunters on...
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The Month Of May Is For The Migratory Birds


Corey Himrod | May 23, 2016
(This story originally appeared on EcoWatch.) May 14 was International Migratory Bird Day, a chance to celebrate some of our most amazing and iconic birds and a reminder of the need to preserve the habitat that is critical to their survival. Read more
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Reflecting On A May That Went To The Birds


Hilary Stamper | May 29, 2015
In like a lamb, out like a migratory bird. That’s how the saying goes, right? Maybe not, but that doesn’t change that May was an amazing time to celebrate something phenomenal about Alaska – the fact that it is home to a dizzying array of migratory birds, especially in northwest...
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