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  March/April 2006
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A Real Refuge
Our Visit to Babyfoot Lake
Underwater Ups and Downs
Backyard Bonanzas
Quiz: Survive This!
Interview: Michael Muir
 
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March/April 2006
A "backyard bonanza," Punchbowl Falls, Oregon
Photo by Terry Donnelly

Quiz: Survive This!
Is it better to plummet down a snowy slope faceup or facedown? Test your wilderness savvy with Sierra's 10th outdoor quiz.

features

A Real Refuge
No oil drilling here! A sanctuary for migrating caribou in the Canadian Arctic.

Our Visit to Babyfoot Lake
Family photos of a lost forest.

Underwater Ups and Downs
Free-diving for California abalone.

Backyard Bonanzas
You don't need to travel all day to get away: great hikes near six major cities.

Interview: Michael Muir
The Sierra Club founder's great-grandson, still on the frontier.

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Grizzly Man

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departments

Letters

Ways & Means
The folly of cheap fuel

One Small Step
Victoria's Dirty Secret

Lay of the Land
The rush to conserve
Oily execs
Are you an eco-terrorist?

Profile
Louis Skrmetta, ardent mariner

Good Going
Kauai's soggy bog

The Green Life
A grizzly tale
Ocean-friendly cuisine
Mr. Green camps out

Sierra Club Bulletin
A better Gulf Coast
Prime-time activists
Treasure Island's turnabout