Christine Dell'Amore, Washington Post

Christine Dell'Amore

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Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Christine:

Beyond Assateague: The wonders of Maryland’s lesser-known state parks

My pandemic odyssey took me to 47 Maryland state parks. These are my favorites. → Read More

She finally got to the Southwest’s most-photographed slot canyon. And it left her speechless.

Arizona’s spectacular Upper Antelope Canyon, which reopened to the public this summer, attracts photographers from around the world. → Read More

Ohio’s Hocking Hills State Park, a compact natural wonder

In Ohio, Hocking Hills State Park offers family-friendly waterfalls, ravines and caves. → Read More

How to keep your kids healthy during the pandemic

You know this: eat healthy, exercise, and practice gratitude → Read More

Soaking up history in Arkansas’ Hot Springs National Park

An hour outside Little Rock, taking the waters in a revitalized nineteenth-century spa town. → Read More

Why this coyote and badger 'friendship' has excited scientists

A viral video taken under a California highway captured a playful intimacy between two predators that's rarely seen by humans. → Read More

Meet Flamingo Bob, the poster bird for conservation

Rescued by a veterinarian in Curaçao, the charismatic bird has become a local celebrity—and spokesbird for environmental awareness. → Read More

Meet the surprisingly solitary lions of Samburu, Kenya

In the harsh deserts of northern Kenya, prides don’t make sense. So lions have figured out another way to survive. → Read More

In Vietnam, rats are a popular food—here’s why.

Rodents are a common and profitable source of protein in tropical Asia. → Read More

Why the World’s Biggest Pig Is in Serious Trouble

The 600-pound giant forest hog is expert at avoiding people, who are increasingly hunting the animal in its African habitat. → Read More

Have Parrots Become Too Popular for Their Own Good?

They sing, dance, and steal our hearts. They’re so beloved as pets that international traffickers are now stealing them from the wild. → Read More

This Popular Parrot 'Talks' Like Us. But We're Silencing It.

Scientists are using forensic techniques to help save African gray parrots, among the most illegally trafficked birds in the world. → Read More

U.S. Cold Snap: What Do Bitter Temperatures Do to the Human Body?

Thinking of taking a jog in the coldest weather to hit the U.S. in decades? You may want to read this. → Read More

World's Oldest Known Wild Bird Lays Egg at 67

Wisdom is a "beacon of hope" for the Laysan albatross, which faces threats such as ingesting ocean plastic. → Read More

7 Python Meals That Got Really Ugly

From a pregnant sheep to a hyena, the reptiles are famous for their ambitious meals. → Read More

Why you should visit Oklahoma City

It may have a solid Old West legacy, but the future keeps bringing updates to the city — including walkable neighborhoods (with a streetcar on the way) and ever-changing public art — while it manages to maintain its strongest traditions. → Read More

A new Inner Harbor luxury hotel, the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, shines with history’s luster

In a 1914 building that once starred in a TV show, it pays tribute to Maryland’s past and present. → Read More

This Cockroach May Pollinate Flowers—Extremely Rare Find

In the scrublands of central Chile, wild roaches are feeding on pollen and may even be helping plants to propagate. → Read More

At South Carolina’s only national park, paddle through some of the country’s oldest trees

Take a canoe tour through “the redwoods of the East” in Congaree National Park. → Read More

Exclusive: Rare Black Wildcat Caught on Film in Africa

Servals are normally tan with black spots, but an unusually dark animal in Kenya surprised photographer Sergio Pitamitz. → Read More