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The Reality of Polar Bears and Climate Change

The Reality of Polar Bears and Climate Change

Natural Habitat Adventures March 21, 2017 0

I have always dreamed about seeing polar bears in their natural habitat and experiencing the brisk breeze of the Canadian tundra, but once my foot stepped off the plane in Churchill, Manitoba, my heart

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Six Quick Facts About Grand Teton National Park

Six Quick Facts About Grand Teton National Park

Chris Kassar March 20, 2017 3

Grand Teton National Park supports a rich array of wildlife and stunning scenery, including the iconic, rugged mountain range that gives the park its name. Sometimes overlooked due to its proximity to Yellowstone National

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Three Giraffes

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Three Giraffes

Kendal Bower March 17, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a trio of giraffes. Photographer Joey Campbell captured this moment while visiting Moremi Game

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Video: Hustle and Bustle at the Hummingbird Feeder

Video: Hustle and Bustle at the Hummingbird Feeder

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 16, 2017 2

Hummingbirds may be small, but they certainly pack a lot of appeal. Iridescent, colorful and capable of helicopter-like flying maneuvers, they enchant almost everyone. Hummingbirds were given their name because their wings flap so

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10 Things to Know About Guanacos

10 Things to Know About Guanacos

Elissa Poma March 15, 2017 2

“Haven’t I seen you someplace before?” Surely it’s a question the guanaco would get frequently if guanacos were the question-receiving type. Native to mountainous regions of South America, the guanaco is an animal that

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Drones: Wildlife Difficulty or Poaching Deterrent?

Drones: Wildlife Difficulty or Poaching Deterrent?

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 14, 2017 0

Drones have become popular conservation tools. The Bureau of Land Management, the Department of the Interior and the U.S. Geological Survey have all used unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to monitor wildlife populations or to

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Enter Our Monarch Butterfly Adventure Giveaway!

Enter Our Monarch Butterfly Adventure Giveaway!

Court Whelan, Ph.D. March 13, 2017 0

The monarch butterfly migration is quite simply one of the most jaw-dropping spectacles on earth.  While one may initially think that the migration event is one dimensional (after all, it is just one species, right?),

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Immerse Yourself in Antarctica

Immerse Yourself in Antarctica

Chris Kassar March 13, 2017 0

Walk the shoreline amid a giant colony of penguins. Weave in and out of magnificent icebergs on a Zodiac excursion. Kayak along a cliffside rookery to look at blue-eyed shags. Capture amazing photographs of

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