Nature

The Great Indoors

The Great Indoors, by Ian Frazier. Outside Magazine, February 2001

One Nation, Under Ted

Ted Turner and his son Beau aren’t your typical green crusaders—the kid is a hook-and-bullet guy, and dad is hatching plans to sell buffalo burgers as theme food. But together they control...

The Ballad of Lonesome George

Damned with us and damned without us, the Galápagos continue to attract hordes of nature-loving visitors. But whether you're drawn by the majesty of Darwin's discoveries or mesmerized by the...

Global Warning

In these fragile, frigid ecosystems, the phrase tread lightly takes on a whole new meaning

Eyes on the Veld

Welcome to the postmodern Eden, where everyone behaves—or else.

The Crux

In the zone: A controversial new wilderness management plan heats up on Mount Hood

Ursus Major

Floating through class V whitewater and grizzly country in the shadow of Mount McKinley

My Son, the Manatee

When you adopt a member of a subtropical endangered species, you do what any good parent would: Get yourself down to Florida, and make sure Junior's all right.

My Son, the Manatee

When you adopt a member of a subtropical endangered species, you do what any good parent would: Get yourself down to Florida, and make sure Junior's all right.