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Choose Mountains Run Club

 Instagram Image by Choose Mountains Run Club (@cmrunclub) with caption : "One does not simply run in the mountains without a smile on their face 😊
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📸 of @missshellshock, taken by @tiarevincent " at Colorado - 1917175819705600271
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One does not simply run in the mountains without a smile on their face 😊 🔸 📸 of @missshellshock, taken by @tiarevincent Chosen by: @natebbrown 🔸 For features, use @cmrunclub Search for our group on Strava and Facebook!

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Gabe Brodowy

 Instagram Image by Gabe Brodowy (@gbrodo) with caption : "Another overnight adventure in the subaru followed by a sunrise hike to this pristine lake, which I am so so thankful is" at Montana - 1917173585493129889
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Another overnight adventure in the subaru followed by a sunrise hike to this pristine lake, which I am so so thankful is still a secret. This isn't my favorite shot from the trip, but looking at it makes me feel like I'm right there, looking through the trees, plucking fat, juicy huckleberries (see 'em?) right off the bush. ▪ ▪ ▪ #ourwild @visitmontana

 image by NANPA (@nanpapix) with caption : "photography and words by Matthew @polvorosa_kline
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Our Planet is truly grand. There are so many incredibly unique and" - 1917169420833211812
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photography and words by Matthew @polvorosa_kline ••• Our Planet is truly grand. There are so many incredibly unique and intelligent sentient beings on Earth besides humans is there not… Yet for every 1 thing going right there seems to be 100 things going wrong. I am not trying to be negative, rather I just care very much about the current crisis confronting much of this planet’s biodiversity… I feel a responsibility to speak up, forgive me… We might think that a species like this desert bighorn sheep is fine, but let’s not ever forget the shifting baselines. While spending a good bit of time with them I unfortunately saw firsthand how far too many are suffering from acute pneumonia, a dreaded disease that is spread by domestic sheep. Populations from Colorado to California are suffering from this horrible illness. According to the department of Fish and Wildlife “the bacteria causing pneumonia in bighorns are not native to North America, and thus bighorns have not had evolutionary time to adapt to it.” Not all that long ago, I even reported some observations I had to a friend of mine, who specializes in bighorn sheep research - a population of bighorns that were thought safe on one side of the Colorado River were actually now suffering from this pneumonia as well. It’s heartbreaking to see whole herds of these magnificent animals trying to survive and then having to fight that much harder... (3/3) ••• “For the first time since the demise of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, we face a global mass extinction of wildlife. We ignore the decline of other species at our peril – for they are the barometer that reveals our impact on the world that sustains us. Humanity’s misuse of natural resources is threatening habitats, pushing irreplaceable species to the brink and threatening the stability of our climate. We know how to stop this. It requires governments, businesses and citizens to rethink how we produce, consume, measure success and value the natural environment.” - Mike Barrett, Director of Science and Policy at WWF-UK

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Cheryl Palsic

 Instagram Image by Cheryl Palsic (@wclpdenver) with caption : ""Zion National Park is located along the edge of a region known as the Colorado Plateau. The rock layers have been uplif" at Utah - 1917165708766475593
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"Zion National Park is located along the edge of a region known as the Colorado Plateau. The rock layers have been uplifted, tilted, and eroded, forming a feature called the Grand Staircase, a series of colorful cliffs stretching between Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon. The bottom layer of rock at Bryce Canyon is the top layer at Zion, and the bottom layer at Zion is the top layer at the Grand Canyon." National Park Service . . . .             #ourwild