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Five Easy Steps to Keep the Coyote at Bay

Spring is here and that means just one thing, not love or the re-birth of Nature after the long, desolate Winter but coyotes.  Yes, the wily coyote.  The coyote’s natural […]

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Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area – An Urban Oasis

Los Angeles has a misleading reputation of being smog-filled, crime-ridden and populated with smug, elitist Liberals.  Perhaps some of those are true but what is often forgotten is the city’s […]

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In Honor of John Muir and the JMT

                                            Earth Day is April 22nd but, perhaps, lesser […]

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Wildflowers and Places To See Them in Southern California

1) California Poppies Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve The main attraction at Antelope Valley State Park.  The poppies just began blooming, creating a sea of orange over the desert grasslands. […]

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National Parks Week 2014: Go Wild!

Today, April 19th marks the beginning of National Parks Week! National Parks Week will take place from April 19th – April 27th,2014. To start this wonderful event off with a […]

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Allergy Symptoms Relieved with 5 Homeopathic Tips

Allergy symptoms can really be a thorn in one’s side especially for people who enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. With spring time comes an increase in pollen count, high […]

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National Parks Centennial 2016

The National Parks Centennial is approaching!  It is set to take place August 25th, 2016. To prepare for this unique event, John Jarvis, Director of the National Park Service, is […]

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Ultimate Spring Wildflower Guide for California

There’s something about finishing a checklist that makes us feel complete. We’ve set a goal, worked hard to get there, and then accomplished it. So let us set up a […]

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Earth Hour 2014: Take Some Time to Change the World

When faced with the irrefutable evidence of climate change. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Australia made the decision to inspire and empower people by taking a stance of its own. […]

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Top 5 Best Parks to View the Night Sky For Star Gazing

There are a only a few places left in this country that we are still able to view the stars and other celestial bodies in their full majesty.  World Meteorological […]

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