The film examines some of the common myths surrounding the grizzly bear.
Do you want to see the bears return to the North Cascades?
A little over 200 brown bears call northern Spain home. We found them.
This month, Exposure celebrates the release of 'Sharks: Face-to-Face with the Ocean’s Endangered Predator,' a 334-page project by longtime Outside contributor Michael Muller.
Experts are training the vicious wild animals to sniff out avalanche victims—without mauling them to death
What gets called “surplus killing” actually isn’t, it’s killing for future feeding
For 28 years, Kay Grayson lived side-by-side with wild black bears in North Carolina's swampy coastal forests, hand-feeding them, defending them against poachers, and letting them in her home. When she went missing last year, the only thing the investigators could find were her clean-picked bones. And that's just the start of the mystery.
Last winter, a federal government report acknowledged a long-standing pattern of sexual harassment against female river guides employed by the National Park Service in the Grand Canyon. But no official account can capture the day-to-day realities of that harmful environment. Here, three former Park Service river guides recount what they endured, and discuss what needs to change.
This summer, a Los Angeles cruise company is sending 1,500 passengers on a month-long voyage through the Arctic