• Mt. San Jacinto, an Island in the Sky

    October 12, 2016 Comments (0) Field Facts

    Rising over 10,000 feet in the air, the granite peak of Mt. San Jacinto stands in stark contrast to the Sonoran Desert below. High above in the subalpine, it is cool and green; covered in pines, cedars and in a blanket of snow. The desert below is 40 degrees hotter and

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  • Maintaining Your Equipment

    September 28, 2016 Comments (0) Do's & Don'ts

    “Take care of your gear, and your gear will take care of you” is one of Danger Ranger Bear’s basic rules for the outdoors. The proper care, use and maintenance of your outdoor equipment will not only extend its life and provide you with more use and enjoyment, it

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  • Saguaro Cactus

    September 14, 2016 Comments (0) Field Facts

    The Saguaro Cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) is an instantly recognizable symbol of the Desert South West though it is only found in a small area of the Sonoran Desert in California, Arizona and Northern Mexico. For the Saguaro the key to success in the harsh desert climate

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  • Adventure Mobiles Toyota HJ47

    August 31, 2016 Comments (0) Adventure Mobiles

    Make: Toyota Model: Custom, by Toyota, HJ47 Landcruiser Crew Cab Pickup Year: 1983 Mileage: Unsure, swapped out USA spec Odometer How long have you had your adventure-mobile? About 4 years Owners’s name: Elias Fedorowski What do you do? Software Engineering,

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  • Channel Island Fox

    August 17, 2016 Comments (0) Field Craft

    The Channel Island Fox (Urocyon litoralis) is a small fox living on six of the eight Channel Islands off the California coast. Due to their separation of up to 170 miles and being confined to each island, the Foxes have evolved into unique species similar to Darwin’s

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