Every outdoorist will naturally form their own system of ethics. How does yours compare to others?
It’s not clear how eucalyptus forests and other habitats have changed, and what kind of wildlife they will support.
If, like me, you’re resisting the urge to go out into the snow, why not read about the ways it can kill you?
As soon as we manage to gauge our impact on wildlife as outdoorists, it changes.
The message remains ‘stay near home’, but this take on it includes an infographic for the visually-oriented.
If so, are we capable of self-restraint to conserve wildlife?
How should we practice outdoorism in the presence of COVID-19?
Interact with the epic mural, spanning 243 birds and 375 million years, at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Explore: Wall of Birds
Easement locations in particular could change the way we plan outdoor activities.
This is playing out in my neighborhood with Lake Tahoe towns, and I suspect all over the country.