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New story from the field. "...With every paddle stroke, my thoughts, my worries, my wishes, my struggles, my joys and my pains are stripped away, leaving me naked but with clarity and perspective..."
The Power of Nature to Restore the Human Spirit. Explorer and storyteller, Daniel Fox uses his narrative to inspire the public to reconnect with the wilderness.
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Did you know that Loggerhead shrikes are perhaps the only known predators of eastern lubber grasshoppers and will consume the head and abdomen of these very large insects, leaving behind the poisonous and foul-tasting thorax.
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This common poorwill totally surprised me while hiking when he flew off just a couple of feet away from me. Then I tried to find it again. It took me about half an hour to find its place before he flew off again. Can you spot him?
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Did you know that needlefish, like all ray-finned beloniforms, are capable of making short jumps out of the water at up to 60 km/h (37 mph). Their flesh is palatable, although the greenish bones make it repellent to some. I can attest - the flesh was really yummy! Nice dinner! Carbon footprint almost none! Sautéed in olive oil and voila! Thank you ocean! +Kokatat Inc +Wilderness Systems +Adventure Technology +Aquapac 
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A sad discovery while exploring the remote coast of Isla Espíritu Santo​, I found 2 dead turtles that had been dragged up the pebble beach and hidden in a corner of a rock, away from possible sighting. The event must have happened the day before since the tracks were fresh and the bodies were still fairly intact, just barely bloated and the eyes still present (the first parts to be taken away by scavengers) The turtles didn't look to have injuries caused by a net, nor bullet holes so I am not sure what happened. 
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Back with a new ‪#‎MinuteOfNature‬. On Isla Espíritu Santo STOP . BREATHE . RELAX . LISTEN ‪#‎ThePowerOfNature‬
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More of those bees sipping the water from the soaked #yerbamate  +Guayaki Yerba Mate 
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Fresh water is a really rare commodity in the desert. So when bees find a source, the entire hive follows! +Guayaki Yerba Mate 
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The most bizarre thing happened! Coming back from a hike, my #YerbaMate was invaded with bees. They were going absolutely nuts. They weren't really concerned about anything else. The next morning, they wouldn't leave alone when I tried to have Mate, I had to go into the water, up to my waist with my yerba! +Guayaki Yerba Mate 
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"The bat hanging upside down laughs at the topsy-turvy world" Japanese Proverb. I love looking at the world upside down, it reminds that life is all about perspective. We see what we want to see. +MeFOTO +Aquapac +Sierra Designs 
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The island of the Gulf of California were probably part of the peninsula at one time. Isla Espíritu Santo is composed of lava, mud flows, tuffs and other eruptive rocks resting on a granitic base. I am really clueless when it comes to rocks. Anybody can help identifying what these are?
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Did you know: A study at the University of Exeter's European Centre for the Environment and Human Health had a project called "Blue Gym" to study how natural water environments can be used to promote human health and well-being. In one experiment, study participants were shown photographs of ocean views, green fields or cities, and asked how much they were willing to pay for a hotel room with each of those views. People were willing to pay more for the room with an ocean view, the results showed #bluemind  +MeFOTO +Aquapac +Deuter +Sierra Designs +Icebreaker Merino +Guayaki Yerba Mate +SanDisk 
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Explorer, storyteller & founder of the Wild image Project, Fox uses his narrative to inspire the public to reconnect with the wilderness. Sometimes philosophical, sometimes poetic, his stories, his photos and his videos capture the viewers through all their senses, leaving them sifting through their memories and remembering their own moments when they felt connected. 

He writes about conservation, exploration and about the complexity of Man’s relationship with nature (Blog). You can find him on Facebook Linkedin Twitter Instagram Pinterest Google +. He publishes his videos on Vimeo and YouTube. His photography portfolio is available on Behance.

"Daniel Fox is the quintessential explorer. Working with Daniel, I always look forward to his dispatches as they come to us, as they're guaranteed to drip with passion, courage, and stunning images the likes of which most people will never see. One part intrepid adventurer, one part naturalist, and one part environmentalist, Fox not only uses his expedition for personal growth, but documents it adroitly with tremendous technical craft, in order to share it with the world.  His generosity of spirit makes for important work that will affect the destiny of our natural world positively.  The work he produces enriches the lives of our readers by capturing their imagination, demonstrating the hidden industry of beauty that is our uncharted world." Stiv Wilson, former Editor In Chief, Wend Magazine

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