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2019 Green Resolution Reflections

2019 Green Resolution Reflections

Natural Habitat Adventures December 30, 2019 0

At the beginning of 2019, several members of Nat Hab’s Green Team came up with green New Year’s resolutions to lower their environmental impact at home and/or in the office. These personal sustainability goals

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An Absence of Ethics: Wildlife-Killing Contests in Your Backyard

An Absence of Ethics: Wildlife-Killing Contests in Your Backyard

Natural Habitat Adventures December 30, 2019 0

Wildlife-killing contests are legal in all US states, except California (2014), Vermont (2018), and parts of New Mexico (2019). These great and gratuitous events most popularly target predators, and “Old Man Coyote” is public

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Bison Can’t Leave Yellowstone

Bison Can’t Leave Yellowstone

Natural Habitat Adventures December 26, 2019 0

Ask anyone who has ever visited Yellowstone National Park (YNP) what they remember about their experience, and the response will inevitably include bison. As North America’s largest terrestrial animal, bison (Bison bison), often endearingly

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DO NOT FEED THE WILDLIFE: The Desire to Connect

DO NOT FEED THE WILDLIFE: The Desire to Connect

Natural Habitat Adventures December 19, 2019 0

In the heart of Bryce Canyon National Park, I sauntered with a small group of nature lovers through a forest of Ponderosa pines. I was guiding a natural history program, and my companions were

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Why the Cotswolds?

Why the Cotswolds?

Natural Habitat Adventures December 18, 2019 0

Why visit the Cotswolds? Well, I live here, so let me try and answer that question. I moved to the area when I was nine. My grandparents had raised their own children on the

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Natural Habitat Adventures to Offset Travelers’ Lives for an Entire Year

Natural Habitat Adventures to Offset Travelers’ Lives for an Entire Year

Natural Habitat Adventures December 13, 2019 0

Natural Habitat Adventures is raising the bar on conservation yet again, offsetting a year’s worth of carbon output for anyone who joins one of the 2020 trips from our new 35th anniversary series, Climate

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Keeping Wolves at the Door: The Economic Benefits (and Struggles) of Wolves in Yellowstone

Keeping Wolves at the Door: The Economic Benefits (and Struggles) of Wolves in Yellowstone

Natural Habitat Adventures December 12, 2019 0

As the December solstice peaks and wanes, winter burrows itself deeper into the heart of Yellowstone. Geographically, Yellowstone National Park (YNP) is a cold and forbidding place in the winter. The park is a

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Pubs, an Englishman’s Natural Habitat

Pubs, an Englishman’s Natural Habitat

Natural Habitat Adventures December 11, 2019 0

If you want to meet an Englishman in his natural habitat, you go to a pub. Let’s be honest; the great British pub is as much a defining symbol of the country as the

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