Tag Archives: Wildlife


November 30th, 2020 Have you heard the news? The world’s biggest traveler has arrived in Cambodia. Kaavan, known as “the world’s loneliest elephant” was transported yesterday from a zoo in Pakistan to a wildlife sanctuary outside Siem Reap. After decades of neglect and eight years of loneliness following the death of his female companion in 2012, officials in Pakistan agreed

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Gentle Giant

November 5th, 2020 After yesterday’s party of five, today we’re viewing a solitary moose alongside the road in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. This mature bull carried massive antlers on his head and showed no fear of anything is his proximity. He, alone, had created pandemonium on the highway next to this meadow, with more than 50 people (myself included)

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Condors at Navajo Bridge

October 11th, 2020 We departed the Grand Canyon today, intending to head to Monument Valley and Antelope Canyon but with tribal lands closed until January we had to change course. No problem! We’ll save these experiences for later. Instead, we diverted to Lake Powell where we inquired about camping with a mere three minutes to spare before closing and ended

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