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Traveler Story: The Magic of Autumn’s Solitude at Brooks Falls

Natural Habitat Adventures January 30, 2019 0

By Nat Hab Traveler Phyllis Posner | Bears of Brooks Falls: Solitude Season It is the end of the season. As we walk through Katmai National Park each day, there are several bears left, still

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Traveler Story: Finding a Personal Connection With the Brown Bears of Brooks Falls

Traveler Story: Finding a Personal Connection With the Brown Bears of Brooks Falls

Natural Habitat Adventures January 29, 2019 0

By Nat Hab Traveler Valerie Van Griethuysen  | Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari I experienced countless memorable moments during my Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari. There was the clear view of Mt. Denali on our last evening, seeing

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Wilderness: Lost and Found

Wilderness: Lost and Found

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 29, 2019 5

Today, little more than 20 percent of the world can still be considered “wilderness.” That’s not a lot, especially when you weigh the benefits that those few designated areas provide. In the last two

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Memories of East Greenland

Memories of East Greenland

Kendal Bower January 28, 2019 0

By Kendal Bower, Marketing Manager at Natural Habitat Adventures A few years ago I was fortunate to spend time in one of the most stunning places on Earth—Greenland. The beauty and solitude of Natural

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Fifteen Fascinating Facts About Lemurs

Fifteen Fascinating Facts About Lemurs

Emily Goodheart Kautz January 28, 2019 0

1. Lemurs are found only on the island of Madagascar, located about 250 miles off the coast of Africa, and the Comoro Islands, a volcanic archipelago just to the northwest. 2. Lemurs rafted to

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When Is the Best Time to Go to Alaska to See Grizzly Bears?

When Is the Best Time to Go to Alaska to See Grizzly Bears?

Emily Goodheart Kautz January 27, 2019 0

By Emily Goodheart Kautz, Content Marketing Manager at Natural Habitat Adventures Our excursions into Katmai National Park and Preserve vary widely from one month to the next due to differences in bear behavior and activity.

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Cross Connection

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Cross Connection

Kendal Bower January 25, 2019 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a bee-eater duo. Photographer Sourav Mookherjee captured these green bee-eaters sitting together

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13 Fascinating Facts About Tigers

13 Fascinating Facts About Tigers

Wendy Redal January 24, 2019 0

By Wendy Redal, Editorial Director at Natural Habitat Adventures 1. Tigers are vulnerable Tigers are the most vulnerable and threatened cats on earth; possibly as few as 3200 are left in the wild. 2.

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