Know what to look for and you can simply pick one up off the ground.
Cumberland Island's south shore provides remarkably pristine beaches and mossy forests.
The most old-growth forest in the east resides in North Carolina's Joyce Kilmer Wilderness.
Plus 24 other round-the-campfire brain stumpers every nature buff should know.
Look on the south sides of mountains to catch animals coming out in spring.
A well-intentioned handout today could mean disaster for panhandling wildlife tomorrow.
Fifteen trails that'll take you from flaming maples to towering redwoods, with plenty of shimmering aspen in between.
Follow four-legged trail blazers down paths you'll never find on a map.
What makes those golf-ball-size lumps on trees? A tiny wasp with a lot of nerve.