As the temptations to go wild increase, don’t forget we’re still in a pandemic.
Do we have time to learn how to live with the few remaining wolverines in the US?
How did our ancestors navigate? Why do Alzheimer’s patients feel an impulse to wander off? How do we find our way back?
A good explanation why outdoor activities that are reasonable for us are not reasonable for everyone right now.
Every outdoorist will naturally form their own system of ethics. How does yours compare to others?
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.
If so, are we capable of self-restraint to conserve wildlife?
This is playing out in my neighborhood with Lake Tahoe towns, and I suspect all over the country.
Does it all come down to whether we include ourselves in our concept of nature?