Nature Connection

  1. A Nature Trippin’ #OneHourWalk along the Anhinga Trail – Witness an abundance of birds, gators and more along this popular self-guiding and accessible 0.8 mile trail that winds through a sawgrass marsh, near the Royal Palm Visitor Center in Everglades National Park. Join the #OneHourWalk movement at OneHourWalk.com

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  2. 60 Second Spotlight – Ecuador Wildlife Adventure - From hummingbirds and Galapagos hawks to iguanas and sea lions, travel writer and photographer Melanie Votaw shares her amazing bird and wildlife watching adventures in the Galapagos Islands, Andes and Amazon regions of Ecuador, which is among the top 10 most biodiverse countries in the world. Read her article here: nationalparktraveling.com/listing/wildlife-adventure-in-ecuador/

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  3. 60 Second Spotlight – Zimbabwe Road Trip: From hippos and crocodiles to the people and culture, travel writer Elizabeth Willoughby shares her epic road trip adventures through Zimbabwe, including Lake Kariba, Mana Pools, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, and Gonarezhou. Read her article here: nationalparktraveling.com/listing/epic-zimbabwe-road-trip/

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  4. 60 Second Spotlight on Pinnacles National Park: Located in central California, Pinnacles National Park was established as America’s 59th National Park on January 10, 2013. Pinnacles boasts beautiful and diverse habitats that range from spectacular wildflowers to oak woodlands and chaparral scrub, caves and rock spires. Enjoy hiking trails, rock climbing, exploring caves, star gazing, camping and bird watching. This park also manages a release site for captive bred California condors. Learn more here: nationalparktraveling.com/listing/pinnacles-national-park/

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  5. Located in Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge in Sasabe, south of Tucson, in Southern Arizona, the Grebe Pond Loop is a level 0.8-mile trail within the Aguirre Lake Trail system that offers spectacular views of beautiful Baboquivari Peak. Native plants and birdlife are abundant, and there is a wildlife viewing blind overlooking the Grebe Pond, as well as shaded picnic sites. For more about Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, see: nationalparktraveling.com/listing/buenos-aires-national-wildlife-refuge/

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