#MomentofChill: Clear-Water Beauty

Here is your Monday morning #MomentofChill, shot by Pat Clayton (a.k.a. the Fish Eye Guy) and starring a gorgeous brook trout finning in absolutely clear water. Among the world’s most beautiful freshwater fish, . . .

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#MomentofChill: Visions of Sugar Plums

Today’s Moment of Chill is perhaps the chillest of them all. Who wouldn’t want to be napping in front of a roaring fire on an incredibly comfortable bed. We hope you have some moments of your own like this over the weekend. . . .

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#MomentofChill: Little Drummer Boy

Male ruffed grouse “drum” in springtime as a way to establish territory and to attract females. Although it looks as if the sound is caused by the bird’s wings hitting its chest, the sound actually comes from small sonic booms. The wings beat up to five . . .

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#MomentofChill: Between Water and Air

Today’s #MomentofChill is from Tight Loops. Shot in Yellowstone National Park, the video offers a unique perspective on the intersection of two elements—water and air. . . .

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#MomentofChill 12.09.19: Flats Fantasy

Sight-casting to bonefish in skinny water is a challenge that many fly fishers see as a vital rite of passage in their development. Once your angling skills reach a certain level, it’s time to test them against an especially spooky and powerful quarry, as . . .

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#MomentofChill 12.08.19: Homeward Bound

The watershed of Alaska’s Bristol Bay is home to the world’s last great wild-salmon population. Each year, more than 50 million sockeyes enter the system, returning to their natal . . .

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#MomentofChill 12.06.19: Salmon Rain

Today’s #MomentofChill, comes from the great Todd Moen of Catch Magazine and features his young son swinging for salmon on a typically wet morning in British Columbia. The reward for his hardiness is a bright-chrome coho salmon, landed just a . . .

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#MomentofChill 12.05.19: The Hum of Wings

Here is your daily #MomentofChill, featuring a stunning Calliope hummingbird, filmed by Trey Mullen of Brush Creek Ranch. The Calliope hummingbird (Selasphorus calliope) is the smallest bird in the United States, measuring just three inches . . .

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#GivingTuesday #MomentofChill: Save Bristol Bay

The rivers of Alaska’s Bristol Bay are home to the world’s largest runs of sockeye salmon, like those shown here. Near the headwaters of this incredible resource, a Canadian mining company has proposed an open-pit copper and gold mine of . . .

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