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Bird Watching Mecca – 338 Species At Acadia National Park

When it comes to birding, Acadia National Park is a mecca for sightings. The Park has 338 bird species, which is a record for any national park in the United States. The list of species includes such rare birds as the bald eagle, 23 warbler variations and falcons by the bushel load. If you're looking to fill out your life list, Acadia is the place to be.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Bird Watching Tips

Simply sitting and watching birds is a popular hobby around the world. It's fun and relaxing at the same time.
Posted by Kathy Burns-Millyard

Bivy Sacks - Make Them For A Dollar

Bivy sacks are for those who want to really go light when they backpack. If you don't want to spend $200 for a good one, why not make a lighter one for one dollar?
Posted by Steven Gillman

Block Island – Memorable Vacations Are Made of This

Block Island is a place where nature clings to every pond, stone-walled trail, beach, and everything in between. It's a paradise for cyclists, and a haven for those ready to leave the trappings and demands of the mainland behind. Discover Block Island in this article.
Posted by Cliff Calderwood

Book a Golf Package in Myrtle Beach for Golfing Fun and Great Times in the Sun

Love to golf? Need to take a family vacation? In Myrtle Beach, you can pull off doing both!
Posted by Gregg Gillies

Boondocking America

Boondocking is fun! Boondockers go anywhere they want, at any time they want and at any speed they want! If you are a member of Loners on Wheels (LoW) or any other single RV'ing group you will want to boondock at least some of the time.
Posted by Jack Matlock

Boston Vacations: Four Ways To Experience Beantown

Discover four time-tested tourist attractions guaranteed to entertain, excite and educate. Boston is a great destination city for a vacation, and in this article you'll find out why there's something for everybody in a city of perfect balance between the old and the new.
Posted by Cliff Calderwood

Botswana Safari Top Five National Parks and Game Reserves

A Botswana safaris success can largely be determined by the area in which it takes place so this top five national parks and game reserves list will help you find the best places to visit.
Posted by Bruce Whittaker

Bunbury Western Australia

The first recorded mapping of what is now Koombana Bay and the eventual City of Bunbury, was in 1803 by the French explorers Nicolas Baudin and Louis de Freycinet, from their ships the Geographe and ...
Posted by Keith Palmer

Calculate Food Quantities for Camping and Outdoor Recreation

Food For Five: How much food using the 8-10 rule. Easy formula for calculating how much food and drink to take camping along with your other outdoor supply items.
Posted by Keith Kampschaefer

Camping - Get Those Tents Up!

Camping - Get Those Tents Up reveals how much fun you could be having with all the family for just a few dollars if your looking for a 2 week fishing and hunting trip or a family weekend Camping is the answer to making your trip affordable and fun. Enjoy the fresh air, smell the food cooking on the barbeque - this article is so vivid you almost feel like your there now...
Posted by Guy Dacceo

Camping and Outdoor Activities: Get Involved with Nature

Camping mixed with outdoor activity is a great way to get ourselves involved with nature. National Parks can provide an excellent backdrop for some of your outdoor activities. Activities such as hiking, fishing, cycling, horseback riding, white water rafting and kayaking, skiing, rock climbing and mountaineering are just a few of the sports you might want to include on your camping adventure.
Posted by Valerie Giles

Camping Stove Performance: Ease of Use & What to Avoid

Learn how to choose the best type of camping stove for the type of camping, hiking or backpacking you do.
Posted by Marc Wiltse

Campsite Meal Planning and Recipe

Meals are one of the most memorable aspects of any camping trip and if one meal is a disaster you will never hear the end of it. I will show you how to avoid spending half the day in the kitchen and still deliver a meal that will knock their socks off.
Posted by Timothy McBride

Canoe Trip with Nature

A well-planned canoe trip is always filled with fun and adventure. If you love cruising the sea or the beautiful lake areas then a canoe trip would be a great choice for you.
Posted by Tom Laing

Catch Another Falling Star

It is a magnificent thing to be still long enough to experience the every day occurrences as miracles.
Posted by Linda Miller

Cheap Safari in Africa For $70 a Day - Here's How To Do It

Going on an African safari will normally cost you anything from $150 to $600 per day. But there is still a way to go on safari in Africa for only $70 a day. Sounds too good to be true doesn't it? But it is possible and it can be done if you know exactly how and where.
Posted by Bruce Whittaker

Chimborazo: Learning Spanish At 20,600 Feet

What's the furthest point on earth from its center? The summit of Everest? Nope. You have to go to South America for this one, to the top of Mount Chimborazo, in Ecuador.
Posted by Steven Gillman

Cochin - Cocktails of Cultures

Eulogised as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Cochin, Kerala's commercial capital is an anachronism. The dashing metropolitan city prides itself on a historical heritage stretching back to ancient times and embracing within its far reaching hold, cultures as diverse as Hindu, Chinese, Arab, Jewish, Syrian Christian, Portuguese, Dutch and English.
Posted by Roozbegh Gazdar

Code of Conduct for Outdoor Enthusiasts

How we think and act while visiting wild places today will ultimately determine the amount of enjoyment by outdoor enthusiasts for ever more.
Posted by Chuck Fitzgerald

Comal White Water or More Blue Green

White Water on the Comal river in Central Texas is more of of toobers paradise than a rafter or kayaker's dreamland, but for a fun and relaxing family adventure I highly recommend the trip. For the second time in the last two years my family and I spent a few days partaking of fun, water and sun in and around New Braunfels, Texas on the Comal and Guadalupe rivers.
Posted by BJ Baker

Costa Rica White Water Rafting Trip

Costa Rica's mountainous topography and copious rainfall are both responsible for one of the best white water rafting river choices in the world. Experienced rafting outfitters regularly run about ...
Posted by Andy Bezara

Costa Rica: Land of Natural Wonders

Costa Rica is a small country - just 75 mi/120 km separates the Pacific Ocean from the Caribbean Sea at the narrowest spot - Costa Rica still has some of the most diverse scenery in the world. Its ...
Posted by Andy Bezara

Creative Camp Cooking

You'll feel better after a long day of hiking or other fun outdoor activities if you have an enjoyable and fun meal when you get back to camp. In this article, we discuss a couple of creative ways to cook outdoors that also provide for easy cleanup.
Posted by Gregory Bonney

Creative Camp Cooking - Part 2

In the second part of our series on creative camp cooking, we consider foil packs and a simple dutch oven recipe. Getting the kids involved in the cooking make for a fun family outdoor meal experience.
Posted by Gregory Bonney

Crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel with an RV

New experiences make me nervous, and I assume that holds true for most of us. Towing our fifth wheel through a major tunnel for the first time was such an experience. To top it off, this tunnel was one of the biggest I know of: the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, or simply the Bridge-Tunnel, when speaking with locals.
Posted by Charles Kerekes

Cycling in Europe: There's More to the Tour de France than Lance

With Lance Armstrong gunning for his 7th Tour de France victory the eyes of sports and cycling lovers everywhere turn to Europe. The greatest cycling event in the world has a huge worldwide following. A small but growing part of this following is doing just that. They prepare themselves, get on a bicycle and follow the race. Their sense of accomplishment is an extremely fulfilling one.
Posted by Rob Bout

Dancing With Whales

We've all heard about whalewatching from boats or shore, and a few companies are now offering the possibility of actually swimming and snorkeling with whales in the wild. Is this a good thing?
Posted by David Stanley

Discount Lift Tickets - Learn what Colorado Ski Resorts Do Not Want You to Know!

Tired of paying high prices for lift tickets at Colorado Ski Resorts? Local secrets on how to get the best deal at the most popular ski resorts in Colorado such as Keystone, Breckenridge and Vail.
Posted by Peter Reeburgh

Discover Eaton Canyon In Pasadena California

Eaton Canyon Natural Area Nature Center, entrance, 1750 N. Altadena Drive, Pasadena, Ca. 91107, is a 190-acre natural park is located at the base of Mt. Wilson. There are five miles of nature trails, an equestrian trail, creeks and a waterfall. The canyon is very lush and has beautiful displays of local flora and fauna.
Posted by David Hallstrom
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