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A Year in Photos – 2016

A Year in Photos – 2016 2016 has been an incredible year. Moving the company to Oregon has put us in close proximity to some of the most amazing hiking locations this country has to offer. And we took full advantage of it this year. We completed over 100 hikes. Way more than we could keep up with writing reviews …

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Deadly Grizzly Bear Attack

Kalispell, Montana. – Authorities in Montana are reporting that a Grizzly bear has attacked and killed a bicyclist. This occurred in Flathead National Forest, not far from Glacier National Park. Local sheriff department has told the Associated Press that the attack occurred a mile from the popular West Glacier KOA Campground. As of the evening of June 29th, authorities had yet to …

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Sad Week for Wildlife in out National Parks

This has been a sad week for wildlife in our National Parks. To start it off, Yellowstone National Park had to euthanize a baby Bison. This baby had been reported last week to be placed in the back of an SUV when tourists thought it “looked cold”. Park officials tried to reunite the baby Bison with the herd and its …

Help Arches NP Catch Vandals

National Park Rangers are investigating large graffiti that has been so deeply etched into the face of the rock, that it may be impossible to remove. If you are visiting this site, it is probably because you love the great outdoors like we do. Well this post is sure to tick you off. Arches National Park is asking for the …

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Happy Earth Day

Earth Day A day where the world comes together to bring attention and support to environmental protection. And then on April 23rd, the world will go about its business and act like Earth Day never happened. It is quite sad that there is even a thing called Earth day. Why wouldn’t everyday be Earth Day? I mean the Earth is …

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20 Amazing Rare Mammals in the United States

Below you will find a list of 20 amazing and rare mammals that can be found in the lower 48 states of the United States. Some of these animals you have heard of but will be shocked at how rare they are. Some you will have heard of but had no idea that they can be found in the lower …

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2015 Was Hottest Year on Record

2015 was the Hottest Year on Record Intense droughts, increased wild fires, mass animal die offs, severe weather increasing all across the globe. There is no denying that Earth has been rapidly warming the last few years. It is quickly become one of the largest challenges current and future generations will face. Global average temperature has risen by 0.23 degrees Fahrenheit (0.13 Celsius) …

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President Obama Designates 3 National Monuments

President Obama Designates 3 National Monuments in California This past week, President Obama has created three new national monuments in the California desert: Mojave Trails National Monument, Sand to Snow National Monument, and Castle Mountains National Monument. All together this will protect 1.8 million acres for future generations to enjoy! “Our country is home to some of the most beautiful …

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Happy New Years – Goodbye 2015, Hello 2016

Happy New Years everyone! Happy New Years. I am so glad another year is in the books. 2015 was an intense year for myself personally and for this site. In the beginning of 2015 I had taken the site offline. I had personal issues that led to my lack of interest in doing outdoor activities (or leaving the house). A …

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Merry Christmas from Outdoor Society!

Merry Christmas from Outdoor Society Merry Christmas everyone. I hope first of all, that your holidays are filled with love and surrounded by family. Be safe and have a very Happy Holidays! Most of you are most likely experiencing heat waves right now. Here are a few pictures to cool you down…

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Welcome to Outdoor Society

Welcome to Outdoor Society. I created this site to express my love for photography and the outdoors. I really don’t know what I ultimately want this site to be. Is it a personal blog? Is it my personal photography journal? Is it a community for outdoor enthusiasts? I am not sure. In the past I have tried to build the …