Audubon MagazineJuly-August 2006

International Travel

A Father-Son Adventure in Peru's Amazon

You can join boatloads of tourists on the Tambopata River. Or you can take an eight-hour boat ride deeper into the jungle to a unique ecolodge, where you’ll be dazzled by a chorus of howler monkeys and waves of brilliant red-and-green macaws.

Brown Bear Watching on Alaska's McNeil River

Alaska’s McNeil River is one of the few places on earth where you can sit within whispering distance of wild brown bears and watch them nurse cubs, nap, and do everything else that comes naturally.
International Travel

Journey to Australia, the Original Oz

By Rene Ebersole
March 13, 2012 — Scorching deserts filled with birdsong, a coast dotted with life-restoring aboriginal fires, rivers pulsing with crocodiles. At once the most dangerous and beautiful place on earth, Australia’s Northern Territory is the true outback.

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