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  • Popular The Parrot Whisperer Can Fix Your Bird Woes

    The Parrot Whisperer Can Fix Your Bird Woes

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    Got a particularly aggressive parrot? One having issues laying eggs? Or a chatty bird driving you up the wall? You don’t have to wing it—call Glenn Sorino for help. He’s been working with birds for 20 years, and he’s seen it all: &

  • Popular Four People to Be Thankful For

    Four People to Be Thankful For

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    In this reel, meet people who make the world a better place—from a “baby buddy” who comforts infants to a woman throws birthday parties for kids living in shelters.

  • Popular Turning Plastic Trash Into Cash in Haiti

    Turning Plastic Trash Into Cash in Haiti

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    Soda and soap bottles don’t belong in the sea, but it’s too often where they end up. In fact, experts estimate that an entire garbage truck worth of plastic hits our oceans every minute—the vast majority of it coming from developing nati

  • Popular The Death-Defying Climb for Honey

    The Death-Defying Climb for Honey

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    Twice a year, about 80 miles outside Kathmandu, Nepal, villagers from Bhujung embark on a centuries-old quest. Enduring bee stings and hanging from handmade rope ladders, Madan Singh Gurung and his fellow honey hunters defy death to gather precious liquid

  • Popular A Love to the Moon and Back

    A Love to the Moon and Back

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    All his life, Gene Shoemaker dreamed of stepping foot on the moon. A geologist known for his work with craters, Gene was set to be one of the first astronauts aboard Apollo 11. But, a failed medical test cut his dreams short. Still, his journey didn&rsquo

  • Popular At This College, Fans Cheer for the Marching Band

    At This College, Fans Cheer for the Marching Band

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    It takes blood, sweat, tears and a whole lot of long hours to be one of the best marching bands in the country. Just ask Abraham Duffy, Jr., head drum major for the Sonic Boom of the South. He’s been with the band his whole college career at Mississ

  • Popular The Crazy (Beautiful) Car Race That Thrilled the World

    The Crazy (Beautiful) Car Race That Thrilled the World

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    Vincenzo Florio had a need for speed. So in 1906, he created a car race that sent competitors blazing through the mountains outside Palermo, Sicily. Along the way, they encountered bandits, wolves and no fewer than 500 hairpin curves. This is the story of

  • Popular The Last Nomadic Reindeer Herders in the World

    The Last Nomadic Reindeer Herders in the World

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    Accessible only by horseback, a remote village in Mongolia has stood as the epicenter of reindeer herding for thousands of years. The nomadic Dukha people have been passing down their herding heritage for generations. Today, they remain the last reindeer

  • Popular I Live Alone in an Island Paradise

    I Live Alone in an Island Paradise

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    In 1989, Mauro Morandi’s boat docked on Budelli Island off the northern coast of Sardinia, Italy. Discovering that the island’s caretaker was retiring within the next two days, Mauro decided to extend his stay indefinitely and step into the ro

  • Popular The Female Falconers Rewriting Tradition

    The Female Falconers Rewriting Tradition

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    Falconry thrills Lauren McGough. She’s practiced the ancient tradition since she the age of 14 and is one of the very few American women to do so. Her love of falconry has taken her all the way to Mongolia, where she studied with Kazakh eagle hunter

  • Popular Mexico’s Child Geniuses

    Mexico’s Child Geniuses

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    Dafne Almazan is not your average 16-year-old. When she’s not studying, she plays the piano and teaches Mandarin to other children. Oh, and did we mention that at just 13 years old she became the world’s youngest psychologist? And, as if that

  • Popular Mapping the Wilderness

    Mapping the Wilderness

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    Map artist Jared Prince gets his inspiration from his love of the wilderness and the places he’s been. Thanks to Coors Light, he’s getting inspired for his next project by going straight to the source, deep within the Rocky Mountain range. The

  • Popular A Canvas in the Clouds

    A Canvas in the Clouds

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    There’s no way to climb Little Ring Mountain in southwestern British Columbia, but thanks to helicopter pilot Brad Friesen, muralist Jessa Gilbert can still make her way to the top. Together, this unlikely team (a trio if you include Brad’s co

  • Popular She Works Six Jobs to Keep Her Island Afloat

    She Works Six Jobs to Keep Her Island Afloat

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    For most people, keeping track of one job is complicated enough—now, imagine juggling six. On the small island of North Ronaldsay off the northern coast of Scotland, that’s the case for many of the residents. With a population of just 50, ever

  • Popular Try These 5 Costume Stories On For Size

    Try These 5 Costume Stories On For Size

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    From the spooky to the sweet, these stories about costumes and masks are sure to inspire creativity.

  • Popular These Handwoven Panama Hats Can Run You $25,000

    These Handwoven Panama Hats Can Run You $25,000

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    Simón Abel Espinal wakes up thinking about his work—and with good reason. For nearly 40 years, he’s handwoven toquilla straw hats of the highest quality. Widely known as “Panama hats,” these brimmed beauties actually come fr

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