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Why Wilderness Matters: The Wilderness Act Turns 50

Why Wilderness Matters: The Wilderness Act Turns 50

Wendy Redal September 1, 2014 0

An experience of the world’s vanishing wild places is the heart of what we offer at Natural Habitat Adventures. Anyone who has traveled with us to the Canadian Arctic to come face to face

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See Our Guest’s Baby Tiger Photos from India!

See Our Guest’s Baby Tiger Photos from India!

Wendy Redal June 30, 2014 1

When fewer than 3,200 tigers remain in the wild, it’s a big deal to catch even a glimpse of this elusive, rarely seen cat. But when you time a visit to one of India’s

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Join Us on a Soft, Sunny Adventure in Europe’s Top-Rated Country!

Join Us on a Soft, Sunny Adventure in Europe’s Top-Rated Country!

Wendy Redal May 26, 2014 2

Nope, it’s not Spain. Not Italy. France? Mais non. Europe’s #1 country is… Portugal! That’s what readers of USA Today say: The newspaper has just announced its “10 Best” Readers’ Choice Awards, and Portugal

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Pallas’s Cats Migrating Upward, Now in Nepal

Pallas’s Cats Migrating Upward, Now in Nepal

Wendy Redal April 7, 2014 2

Pallas’s cats, previously only seen in the steppes of Central Asia, have been spotted in Nepal for the first time this winter. Images of the small wild cat – about the size of a

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Help Jane Goodall Celebrate Her 80th Birthday!

Help Jane Goodall Celebrate Her 80th Birthday!

Wendy Redal April 2, 2014 0

On April 3, Jane Goodall turns 80. But that milestone seems to be just a number for the renowned primatologist and indefatigable conservation pioneer who still travels 300 days a year to promote the welfare

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Banner Year for Whales in Baja!

Banner Year for Whales in Baja!

Wendy Redal February 17, 2014 0

Early February census numbers indicate a record number of Pacific gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon this winter – the highest number since census keeping in the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve began in 1978.

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An Elegy – and a Hope – for Elephants

An Elegy – and a Hope – for Elephants

Wendy Redal November 21, 2013 0

A PERSONAL REFLECTION ON THE U.S. IVORY CRUSH Two years ago when I was on safari in Botswana, I saw my first herd of wild elephants. We heard them first—a low, rumbling thunder in

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Poachers Kill 300 Elephants in Zimbabwe Using Cyanide

Poachers Kill 300 Elephants in Zimbabwe Using Cyanide

Wendy Redal October 23, 2013 0

I’m always more enthused to share conservation success stories than grim accounts of wildlife devastation, but it’s crucial for the Good Nature community to remain informed about crises, too, since awareness and public pressure

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