National parks to offer healthier food under new standards - WaPo

For those of us who love to travel, but need more options while away from home, this is exciting.

A thing of beauty. Spot this manikan and many other gorgeous species on our upcoming Costa Rica and Panama trip departing January 26.
[Photo: Red-capped manikan (Pipra mentalis), Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica, Ralph Lee Hopkins]

A thing of beauty. Spot this manikan and many other gorgeous species on our upcoming Costa Rica and Panama trip departing January 26.

[Photo: Red-capped manikan (Pipra mentalis), Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica, Ralph Lee Hopkins]

This is one of the reasons why we are eager to increase Audubon Nature Odysseys’ domestic travel program. Beauty!
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Descent to Explosion by Miles Morgan

Glacier National Park
Montana

This is one of the reasons why we are eager to increase Audubon Nature Odysseys’ domestic travel program. Beauty!

juniorranger:

unknownskywalker:

Descent to Explosion by Miles Morgan

Glacier National Park

Montana

Wow o wow. Torres del Paine National Park MUST be an enchanted paradise. Just look at this. Audubon Nature Odysseys will be headed there in November 2013 and we may never come back. (via Los Cuernos, Torres del Paine, Chile - Jack Brauer)

Wow o wow. Torres del Paine National Park MUST be an enchanted paradise. Just look at this. Audubon Nature Odysseys will be headed there in November 2013 and we may never come back. (via Los Cuernos, Torres del Paine, Chile - Jack Brauer)

Audubon members traveling to Costa Rica and Panama depart this Saturday. Among their stops is Isla Coiba, one of Panama’s most important national parks and one of five UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. With superb examples of coral reefs and extensive tropical forest, it’s a gem for nature lovers.
This photo of King Angelfish by Laszlo Ilyes was beautifully captured during a morning dive in the waters of Coiba National Park.

Audubon members traveling to Costa Rica and Panama depart this Saturday. Among their stops is Isla Coiba, one of Panama’s most important national parks and one of five UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. With superb examples of coral reefs and extensive tropical forest, it’s a gem for nature lovers.

This photo of King Angelfish by Laszlo Ilyes was beautifully captured during a morning dive in the waters of Coiba National Park.

Hello Everglades National Park. We can’t wait to see you this March.

Hello Everglades National Park. We can’t wait to see you this March.

The Everglades: Travel and Leisure called it one of THE BEST NATIONAL PARKS FOR WILDLIFE SPOTTING. It’s true, and Audubon Nature Odysseys will be there next March to show you its majestic beauty.
[photo Robert Harding Picture Library Ltd/Alamy]

The Everglades: Travel and Leisure called it one of THE BEST NATIONAL PARKS FOR WILDLIFE SPOTTING. It’s true, and Audubon Nature Odysseys will be there next March to show you its majestic beauty.

[photo Robert Harding Picture Library Ltd/Alamy]

The Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida is where Audubon travelers will find themselves on March 4, 2012. Yes, snorkeling is part of the itinerary!
What’s behind the name? Dry because none of the islands have fresh water. Tortugas because the explorer Ponce de Leon saw an abundance of sea turtles on the islands. Visit the National Park Service website to learn more.

The Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida is where Audubon travelers will find themselves on March 4, 2012. Yes, snorkeling is part of the itinerary!

What’s behind the name? Dry because none of the islands have fresh water. Tortugas because the explorer Ponce de Leon saw an abundance of sea turtles on the islands. Visit the National Park Service website to learn more.