Glaciers, alligators, grizzly bears, exhausting hikes, and amazing scenery are some of my favorite memories from 10 national parks.
The Georgia Aquarium houses four giant whale sharks in a six million gallon tank.
I once got to pet and feed a wild deer by hand. Whatever happened to this critter?
Check out pandas, koalas, giraffes, komodo dragons, zebras, peacocks, hippos and more at the San Diego Zoo.
Wolves, polar bears, penguins and meerkats. Which of Chicago’s two major zoos is better?
A whale-watching cruise from Seward allowed us to see killer whales, humpbacks, sea lions, porpoises and more.
Inside Denali National Park we were lucky enough to see bears, caribou, moose, sheep, marmots and more.
I’m just going to say it: The rangers at Rocky Mountain National Park are liars.
Wild vultures have a habit of chewing on windshield wipers and other rubber car parts in the Everglades.
The wildlife of the Grand Canyon includes bighorn sheep, endangered California condors, scorpions and black bears.
If you’re heading to South Florida, here’s some insight on where to see alligators in the Everglades.
Austin, Texas is home to the world’s largest urban bat colony – more than 1.5 million, all of which live under one bridge.
The seals on the beach in La Jolla, California have become a cute tourist attraction.
Custer State Park in South Dakota is a great place to see bison and feed the “begging burros.”
When I went to the Badlands of South Dakota, I was determined to see bighorn sheep.
Georgetown, Colorado has a shelter where you can peer through scopes to see bighorn sheep atop the mountains.