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About Bret Love

Bret Love is the co-founder/Editor In Chief of Green Global Travel, a website devoted to ecotourism and environmental conservation. He's also a veteran freelance writer with 20 years of experience covering travel, food and culture for publications such as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, American Way, AirTran's Go and Rolling Stone. You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter (@GreenGlobalTrvl).

[PHOTOS] Yellowstone National Park in Winter

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As a result, Yellowstone offers the biggest population of megafauna (a.k.a. huge animals) in the Continental U.S., from grizzly bears, moose and wolves to herds of elk, bighorn sheep and bison. There’s plenty of other wildlife as well, including coyotes, foxes, pronghorn, bald eagles, trumpeter swans and myriad other species. Collectively, these features make Yellowstone […]

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December 3, 2012 by | 1 Comment

[PHOTOS] Animals of the Galapagos Islands

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As a devout nature-lover, the Galapagos Islands had been on my travel bucket list for years before I finally took a week-long, small ship eco-cruise through the archipelago. Made famous by Charles Darwin (who concocted his Theory of Evolution based on his groundbreaking scientific discoveries there), the chain of islands is located 600 miles off […]

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November 26, 2012 by | 3 Comments