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10 Tips for Spotting Local Wildlife in the Time of Coronavirus

10 Tips for Spotting Local Wildlife in the Time of Coronavirus

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 31, 2020 0

Nature has always been a source of solace and healing, and that fact takes on added significance today. As we all try to keep to ourselves in order to protect our own health and

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Staff Book Recommendations: The Ultimate Reading List on Nature, Wildlife & Wanderlust

Staff Book Recommendations: The Ultimate Reading List on Nature, Wildlife & Wanderlust

Natural Habitat Adventures March 30, 2020 0

“That’s the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.” This observation from American novelist Jhumpa Lahiri could not be more apropos as passionate travelers like us remain housebound for an

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Traveler Story: Mammoth Springs, Moose and More in Yellowstone

Traveler Story: Mammoth Springs, Moose and More in Yellowstone

Natural Habitat Adventures March 30, 2020 0

“This was my second trip with Nat Hab and the first time I had ventured to choose the photo itinerary. I thought I would be out of my depth, teaming up with “photo experts.”

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Monarch Populations Decrease

Monarch Populations Decrease

Hannah Wagner March 26, 2020 0

A recent survey found that monarch butterflies only occupied 7 acres of forest during the 2019-2020 winter season, a 53% decrease from the 15 acres that were occupied only one year ago. Every year,

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3 Highlights from an Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

3 Highlights from an Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures March 25, 2020 0

You think you know. You think you know how big and grand Alaska is before you go. It is jaw-droppingly huge and beautiful and fierce all at the same time. I had the privilege

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Video: Elephants and Lions Align Against Rhinos

Video: Elephants and Lions Align Against Rhinos

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 24, 2020 0

The term Africa’s Big Five means something quite different today than it did when it was coined in the late 1800s during the continent’s colonial period. Then, it referenced the animals—Cape buffalo (or African buffalo),

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Traveler Story: Tracking Jaguars in the Pantanal

Traveler Story: Tracking Jaguars in the Pantanal

Natural Habitat Adventures March 23, 2020 0

“Brazil has always been one of those places I have wanted to visit, but I questioned what there was to see in terms of wildlife. When I was on a Galapagos expedition with Nat

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Women in the Light—An Account of Our First Ever Women-Only Adventure

Women in the Light—An Account of Our First Ever Women-Only Adventure

Ben Bressler March 20, 2020 0

In tough times, I think about my mother. I know that might seem odd for a fella in his 50s, but, like all moms, she was pretty special. My mother was an activist, spending

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