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Kenya’s Mara Siana Conservancy — From Goats to Lions

Kenya’s Mara Siana Conservancy — From Goats to Lions

Wendy Redal August 26, 2015 0

Every time Joe Charleson takes guests from Leleshwa Camp into the surrounding Mara Siana Conservancy, he notices something different. Dry stubble has given way to fresh green grass. Giraffe and zebra hoofprints outnumber those

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Avid photographer? Put your camera down (sometimes)!

Avid photographer? Put your camera down (sometimes)!

Wendy Redal June 24, 2015 1

Do you miss more, or miss out, when you're too intent on not missing a shot? Join our discussion on travel photography as we ponder when or whether to put your camera aside

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4 Places To Watch Wild Bears

4 Places To Watch Wild Bears

Wendy Redal June 17, 2015 2

The planet’s largest land predator looked disarmingly cuddly. Ambling over the snowy tundra toward us, he was all big furry head and huge shaggy paws — which we got a close-up eyeful of as

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Colorado River in Grand Canyon Tops 2015 List of ‘Most Endangered Rivers’

Colorado River in Grand Canyon Tops 2015 List of ‘Most Endangered Rivers’

Wendy Redal April 18, 2015 0

Few landscapes on Earth are as stirring as the Grand Canyon, the most iconic emblem of the American Southwest. Major John Wesley Powell, who headed the first Colorado River expedition by white men through the

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Illegal Wildlife Trafficking: U.S. Doubles Down

Illegal Wildlife Trafficking: U.S. Doubles Down

Wendy Redal February 21, 2015 0

Within the open expanse of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge just outside Denver, you’ll find an unseemly sight – a large government building surrounded by short-grass prairie and wetlands. In contrast to

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30 Years of Nature Travel with Nat Hab Founder & President Ben Bressler

30 Years of Nature Travel with Nat Hab Founder & President Ben Bressler

Wendy Redal January 12, 2015 0

For Ben Bressler, Nat Hab’s founder and president, an early interest in nature was cultivated in a rather unlikely place: suburban Maplewood, New Jersey. As a young boy, Ben played for endless hours in

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Travelers rescue injured sled dog: Trauma surgeon in Nat Hab group saves dog’s life in makeshift ‘clinic’

Travelers rescue injured sled dog: Trauma surgeon in Nat Hab group saves dog’s life in makeshift ‘clinic’

Wendy Redal December 1, 2014 2

Dogs in the office at Nat Hab’s Colorado headquarters are nothing new, since our dog-friendly policy has been a long-standing feature. But a few days ago we welcomed a very special canine visitor –

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Franklin Ship Missing 169 Years Discovered in the Canadian Arctic

Franklin Ship Missing 169 Years Discovered in the Canadian Arctic

Wendy Redal September 19, 2014 0

World’s Greatest Maritime Mystery Solved: Check out this EXCITING NEWS involving One Ocean Expeditions, one of Nat Hab’s adventure cruise operators! Searching for a lost ship or sunken treasure is a staple in the

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