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With the start of summer, if you plan to spend time around lakes and ponds or hiking in the woods, be on the lookout for New Hampshire’s state...

Sea, sand, medinas and the Arab Spring

5/14/18

The colors of Tunisia’s landscape change hourly with the light of the Mediterranean sun. Vermilion, sapphire, olive green, white, gold and ocher...

Piranhas of the air. New Hampshire’s state bird. Buffalo gnats.They go by many names but mostly we call them: black flies.These tiny insects, which...

Tourists gasp for breath as they climb for two hours to a peak in the Peruvian Andes that stands 16,404 feet above sea level. They’re dead tired...

Standing at a scenic vista, Tyler Ray looks out at 2,661-foot Bartlett Mountain and envisions a network of ski trials winding through the dense...

Spring is the busiest time of year for bees and their beekeepers. Queens begin laying their eggs, scouts head out of the hive to find food to...

I’m panicked and soaked as smiling locals fish me out of the bay on the island of Pohnpei in Micronesia. “Trip of a lifetime,” I sarcastically...

Mother Nature can play some tricks

4/5/18

April Fool’s Day is a perfect time to explore some of the various ways that animals can fool us. They may change color, blend in with their...

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