Professor Abe shares a safari visit to beautiful Lunugamvehera National Park, and enjoys a large variety of wildlife.
An old adage come to life, as PHeymont enjoyed a stroll through the botanical garden of Vienna's university
DrFumblefinger traces the trail of Lewis and Clark through the Montana/Idaho Bitterroot mountains, and comes across the stand of majestic red cedars.
DrFumblefinger enjoys visiting Lake Louise, and finds this image of canoes stocked on the lake's dock one of the most popular.
An Italian glacier gets a summer cover to keep it from shrinking faster.
New lighting systems are designed to lead juvenile turtles back to the water and away from the road.
The Okotoks erratic originated in Jasper National Park. It was moved here by a glacier and deposited when the glacial ice receded. Big Rock is the largest erratic in the world.
These deer are safely grazing beneath a sign that says "no hunting".
Authorities are hunting for an intruder in the Douro River.
DrFumblefinger visits a winter gathering of Monarch butterflies in Santa Barbara, California.
Smooshi the Walrus is a new mother, and Marineland staff are standing by, because apparently walruses are a bit touchy about their new babies.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of these beautiful and colorful lizards, quite common in the Caribbean coastal regions of Costa Rica.
DrFumblefinger shares some photos from a past journey to California's Death Valley.
As 48,000 birdwatchers turn their eyes to the sky, Colombia again tops the species list.
Jonathan L saw this passing storm while visiting Arizona.