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Traveler Story: Giraffes in Botswana

Traveler Story: Giraffes in Botswana

Natural Habitat Adventures June 13, 2019 0

“This was hands down the best trip of my life. It was my number one bucket list trip since I was younger, and it far exceeded any expectation I had just within the first

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Traveler Story: Namibian Desert Safari

Traveler Story: Namibian Desert Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures June 5, 2019 0

“The early morning and evening light on the sand dunes and tree skeletons in Sossusvlei and the Kulala Wilderness Reserve provided some of the most dramatic views and photos from our trip to Namibia.

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Traveler Story: Wild China

Traveler Story: Wild China

Natural Habitat Adventures June 1, 2019 0

“It is difficult to select a favorite experience from my wild China odyssey—the opportunities to visit multiple panda bases, to see rare species in the wild, to visit historical sites, to interact with Chinese

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A Collective Effort to Save the Monarch Butterfly Migration

A Collective Effort to Save the Monarch Butterfly Migration

Natural Habitat Adventures May 13, 2019 0

Mireille Hess a third-grade teacher at Edgewood Elementary School in Greenfield, Wisconsin, who received the 2019 Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant, which gave her a firsthand experience with the monarch butterfly migration in Mexico. My

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A Zero Waste Guide Training in Colorado

A Zero Waste Guide Training in Colorado

Natural Habitat Adventures May 9, 2019 0

BHAGs—Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals. That’s something that we constantly strive for here at Natural Habitat Adventures. And while the term itself is not officially part of our esteemed Core Ideologies, it lives in the

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The Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

The Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures April 13, 2019 0

“This trip is exactly what it’s called. My wife and I took this Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari with a small group of 12 in early July, when the daylight is an average of 18

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Capturing the Character of Polar Bears

Capturing the Character of Polar Bears

Natural Habitat Adventures April 8, 2019 0

“My uncertainty before the trip was, of course, would we even see the bears, but, more crucially, would we get a true sense of them—their personality, their character, their soul, for lack of a

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Fun with Mammals in the Galapagos

Fun with Mammals in the Galapagos

Natural Habitat Adventures April 6, 2019 0

The ocean environment is a place where we, as humans, do not belong. It’s cold, full of confusing and potentially dangerous animals, and, thanks to our air-needy lungs, it will kill us without adequate

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