National Geographic News: Galapagos

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Though rarely spotted, the short-eared owl is most active between 5 and 10 a.m. or 4 and 10 p.m., meaning visitors venturing out at these times may encounter the owls hunting for small birds or rats.

In Traveler magazines April issue, writer Matthew Chapman, a direct descendant of Charles Darwin, explores the Galápagos Islands to find out what might become of this remote animal sanctuary—where his great-great-grandfathers theory of evolution first took root—in light of modern pressures.
Text by Heather Morgan, Photograph by Mattias Klum
 
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