Wander to Washington highlights a remarkable road trip taken by Jeir Lazo and Guada Melicor.
Filmmakers, Alexander Brown and Mascha Blome, took off to circumnavigate the Southern Alps in New Zealand.
A movement to imbue land, rivers, and entire ecosystems with legal personhood status is gaining ground in the U.S.
An incredible timelapse from filmmakers Joel and Jesse Edwards
The latest film from More Than Just Parks takes us to Grand Teton National Park, the less-crowded, yet still stunningly beautiful neighbor to Yellowstone.
The next evolution of topographic maps will be 3-D interactives that show how rivers change and landscapes erode with centimeter precision
Maine’s North Woods would make the perfect addition to the parks system—with mountains, streams, and stunning views. So what’s taking the government so long?
When Cecil, the magnificent, 13-year old, black-mane lion was killed by an American dentist on an illegal trophy bow hunt last year, the world responded with shock and horror. Photographer Brent Stapelkamp, 38, was the last person to fit Cecil with a GPS satellite collar and to photograph him, just a month before he was killed.
Insurers face $2.8 billion in claims, industry group says
There are hundreds of Bigfoot sightings every year, but some are more far fetched than others. These are our picks for the most believable Sasquatch encounters to ever occur.