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Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Rosemary Drisdelle 
 
 Article Title :: How to Build a Backyard Brush Pile
 
A brush pile is a place for birds to hide from predators and take shelter from extreme weather. It will also attract a variety of other wildlife that will hide in it, nest in it, or even eat it. Mound shaped brush piles range in size from about five feet (1.5 meters) in diameter to four or five times that size. The edge of a wood or field is a perfect place to build one.The aim of a brush pile is to provide bird shelter by maintaining entrance openings at the base of the structure and heaping a protective mound of dead plant material on top. As the finer brush on the top breaks down, it supports a variety of insect life as well as worms and other creatures that eat decaying plant m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Arizona Wild Fires; More Arson?
 
In watching these fires in Arizona and understanding the arson factor from the largest fires of the last half-decade there, it would appear that these are in fact arson started. We remember the big fire, which over took Showloh and that was started by an American Indian BLM worker.Then we had a recent fire this year; same forest and it too burned towards the ski resort town. Which buy the way if you ever take HWY 60 in Arizona from Globe to the top of the hill you will be blown away at the view, what a perfect area to release a Condor into the Wild. It looks like a mini-Grand Canyon there and it is not little, those mountains are intensive indeed. Arizona Wild Fires; More Arson? Co  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Eric Morris 
 
 Article Title :: Grand Canyon Tours
 
In a helicopter or a plane, or just biking or walking on a trail, Grand Canyon tours are the best for the individuals with an adventurous nature. Studying the layers of sandstone or just taking the sight of the huge rock walls, Grand Canyon tours are full of adventure, excitement and fun. You can go for helicopter tours to get a view of the beautiful place from above, and enjoying the view of the captivating and splendid colors of nature in valleys, mountains, lakes and waterfalls. Or can go for a stroll studying the age of rocks, admiring the flora and fauna, and taking pleasure from the rushing fresh water around you.There is nothing more exciting than enjoying the view of nature  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Ashley Green 
 
 Article Title :: Stay Healthy During Your Trip - How? Part-1
 
Sometimes a simple thing such as taking time off before your planned vacation to chalk out the possible health hazards and remedies could save you a lot of trouble. Here are a few risks you must add to your check list...What about the water?Though the water in most places is potable, its best to stick to bottled water for drinking . There are many places that are endemic to water borne diseases like diarrhea. And you might want to avoid that.SunburnIn the tropics, the desert or at high altitudes you can get sunburn pretty quickly, even through cloud cover. Use a sunscreen, a hat and barrier cream for your nose and lips. Protect your eyes with good  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Ashley Green 
 
 Article Title :: Stay Healthy During Your Trip - How? Part-2
 
Sometimes a simple thing such as taking time off before your planned vacation to chalk out the possible health hazards and remedies could save you a lot of trouble. Here are a few more risks you must add to your check list...Fungal infection-Fungal infections occur more commonly in hot weather and are usually found on the scalp, between the toes or fingers, in the groin and on the body(ringworm). You get ringworm from infected animals or by walking on damp areas such as shower floors. To prevent fungal infections wear loose, comfortable clothes, avoid artificial fibres, wash frequently and dry carefully.Hypothermia-Too much cold is just as dangero  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Steven Gillman 
 
 Article Title :: Survival Tips For Backpackers
 
Why survival tips for backpackers? Certainly backpacking may never become a matter of wilderness survival for you, especially if you are careful in your planning. Still, getting lost or twisting an ankle far from any road is always a possibility. In any case, learning a few new things from time to time is a great way to make your trips safer and more interesting. With that in mind, here are a few random survival tricks and skills based on my own experience.A Few Survival Tips To RememberYou can make snow-block shelters without tools when the conditions are right. I have made trench-shelters of 2 x 3 foot snow-blocks with no tools. I stomped rectangles in the heavily-c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Ugur Akinci 
 
 Article Title :: Lightning - Cell Phones, iPods Can Zap in a Thunderstorm, British Study Claims
 
Did you know that you can get hurt bad (even killed) by lightning if you are listening to your iPod or talking on your cell phone during a thunderstorm?The danger of talking on a landline telephone or even standing near electrical appliances was known for a long time. But cell phones? iPods?According to a case study published by British Medical Journal (BMJ), a 15 year old girl was hit by lightning while talking to her friend on her cell phone in a thunderstorm. She had a heart attack but was saved.After the incident she did not remember anything about the incident. Memory loss is a frequent side effect of lightning hits. But the people who witnessed the event confirm  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Thomas Morva 
 
 Article Title :: Rock Climbing Gear
 
Most people consider rock climbing as an extreme sport, meaning it entails a lot of risks. Nevertheless, the sport draws a lot of enthusiasts. And the advancements in technology used to ensure the safety of the climber encourages more to engage in the sport. Rocking climbing gear has to pass stringent quality controls and checks. There are constant improvements to make sure the gear holds its weight against pressure and wear and tear.A serious rock climber will always have safety on top of his priorities. Choosing the right set of rock climbing gear and equipment is the first step to ensuring a safe and successful climb.Climbing enthusiasts may have all the latest gear, but   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Miguel Scaccialupo 
 
 Article Title :: Broome - The Pearl Capital of Australia
 
Broome is a remote outback town located on the Indian Ocean coastline of northwest Australia. It is the largest and best known settlement in the vast Kimberley region to the north of Western Australia, and has become an increasingly popular tour destination in recent years. Broome's popularity is due to it's unique history, unique cultural influences, it's magnificent beaches and landscapes and it's fantastic tropical climate.Broome is situated between the vast Great Sandy Desert and the azure blue Indian Ocean, along the pure white sands of Cable Beach. Often referred to as the gateway to the Kimberley, Broome owes its existence to the discovery in Roebuck Bay in 1861 of the Pinct  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Miguel Scaccialupo 
 
 Article Title :: Coober Pedy - The Opal Capital Of Australia
 
Coober Pedy is without a doubt one of the most unique outback destinations in Australia. Set in a stark arid landscape often compared to Mars, this outback mining town where many people live underground is the source of most of the world's precious opal production.Coober Pedy is located about 850 kilometres north of Adelaide in remote outback Australia. The name Coober Pedy comes from a local indigenous language, Kupa meaning 'white man' and Piti meaning 'hole', and translates as 'white fellas hole in the ground', reflecting the fact that Coober Pedy is the Opal Capital of Australia and the world. It also reflects the fact many residents live in homes excavated underground due to t  (read full article)
 
 
 
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