What are these tasty critters? In North Carolina, we call them crayfish, or more popularly, "crawdads." In Cajun Country, the folks down here call them "Louisiana Shrimp." The Mississippi and its delta are overflowing with them. Together with "Cajun Music," they are the two things that set New Orleans apart from all the rest.

I also think that there are...[Read More]

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This publication is a radical departure from my previous twenty publications. It emphasizes the multimedia necessary it see, hear and feel all the homes and flowers of the incredible spring gardens of Virginia and the Carolinas. The only option not available to the reader is smelling and touching.

The research on site for this publication proved such a f...[Read More]

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Lake Tahoe California: Fishing, Ecology, & Historic Museum , Ms Patricia L. Lawence

Published in: itune > Travel & Adventure, > Ecology | Published on 11/Jul/2018 23:38

? 2014 Travel Radio International 2014-10-13T07:00:00Z USA
Lake Tahoe, situated in both California and Nevada, is the largest alpine lake in North America, and the second deepest lake in the USA. Patricia Lawrence is exploring California's Lake Tahoe, first from a charter fishing boat, then the shore, and we wrap up at a history museum.

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Mujib Biosphere Reserve - Wild Jordan -

Published in: youtube > Travel with Zaid > Earth biosphere | Published on 28/Jun/2018 19:47

At 410 meters below sea level, the Mujib Biosphere Reserve is the lowest nature reserve on Earth. Its rugged and spectacular mountains border the Dead Sea coast and are dissected by several...

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Behind us is a giant volcanic crater called Haleakal?. Along with Kilauea and Mauna Loa, they're the stuff that Hawai'i is made of. The word here is vulcanism, and in these islands, it's as much a threat to human life as are tsunamis and typhoons.

As a boy sitting in Mr. Coy Mabe's 8th grade earth science class, I was bored by...[Read More]

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New England and Canada , Robert Owen Cobb & Johnnie D. Cobb II

Published in: itune > Canada,Books,Travel & Adventure,Science & Nature,Earth Sciences,Geology,History,Americas,Ecology,Essays & Memoirs > recycling | Published on 15/Jun/2018 00:58

We're on another extended cruise. Rather than from Seattle WA to Skagway AK, we're headed from Boston MA to Qubec City QE and back, on a fourteen-day roundtrip.

This time, poor Clara had to remain behind since the autumn foliage voyage departed long after she had began her senior year in high school. Dad had agreed to serve as backup cameraman in her ab...[Read More]

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Cooking in the Caribbean and elsewhere equates to spices.

They were among the most demanded and expensive products available in Europe in the Middle Ages, the most common being black pepper, cinnamon, cumin, nutmeg, ginger and cloves. Given medieval medicine's main theory of humorism, spices and herbs were indispensable to balance "humors" in food, a dai...[Read More]

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Why sustainable tourism?

Published in: youtube > The Travel Foundation > Sustainability | Published on 03/Jun/2018 11:30

Following ten years in operation, the Travel Foundation argues the case for sustainable tourism, and working in partnership for a sustainable future.

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Responsible Travel of Tibet Vista - Environmental Protection at EBC

Published in: youtube > Tibet Travel ( Tibet Vista ) > Environmental protection | Published on 22/Apr/2018 09:43

Tibet Vista ( www.tibettravel.org ) organizes the clients to pick up the trash at EBC to protect the fragile ecological environment. Being a responsible tour operator in Lhasa, Tibet Vista...

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Cozumel Coast: An Ecological Wonder , TekTrek

Published in: itune > Travel & Adventure, > environmental sustainability | Published on 16/Mar/2018 09:51

? 2006 Academex Digital Publishing Corp. 2006-10-05T07:00:00Z USA
In this guided tour, explore the beauty of coastal ecology, the reefs, and the wildlife that call Cozumel home.

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Should the title mislead you into thinking that this book is about Maine's rocky coast and its brilliant autumn foliage, then you are entirely incorrect. 

The real story is the global crisis that the world is now experiencing. Some politicians and scientists call it urban sprawl, others environmental mismanagement, others the greenhouse effect, oth...[Read More]

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Why go to Puerto Rico and even the South Caribbean? Why not? She may or may not become America's 51st state.

An even better motive was to escape all the mudslinging and name-calling of the American Presidential Election. Unfortunately, we had to return two days before that ominous date because our budget was running low.

We were scheduled to ...[Read More]

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