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New “Ghost Forests” Are a Sign of Climate Change

New “Ghost Forests” Are a Sign of Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 20, 2019 0

Now, at the end of August, you may think that it’s about two months too early to talk about “ghost forests.” But, in fact, they have nothing to do with Halloween—and everything to do

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This Summer, Make Sure Your Sunscreen Protects Coral Reefs

This Summer, Make Sure Your Sunscreen Protects Coral Reefs

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 23, 2019 0

Ah, summer. Time to enjoy the long days of sunlight with outdoor picnics, paddling, and swims in lakes and pools. In this second season of the year, we take in lots of fresh air—and

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Test Your Chimpanzee IQ—Take the Quiz!

Test Your Chimpanzee IQ—Take the Quiz!

Courtney Nachlas July 14, 2019 0

Chimpanzees, one of the ‘Great Apes,’ are found throughout central Africa, where they spend their days eating fruit and climbing trees. These amazing creatures, who are so similar to humans, are currently endangered, with

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Are Mangroves your Next Destination?

Are Mangroves your Next Destination?

Hannah Wagner July 10, 2019 0

They should be! A recent study by The Nature Conservancy revealed the benefits of tourism on mangrove forests. Though they are not always the star of the show, mangrove forests are widely visited by

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Take Our Ocean Quiz for World Oceans Day!

Take Our Ocean Quiz for World Oceans Day!

Courtney Nachlas June 8, 2019 0

Happy World Oceans Day! At Natural Habitat Adventures, we love celebrating our waters and the undiscovered mysteries they hold. Our favorite way to enjoy our oceans is with our travelers out on a marine

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Nat Hab Celebrates a Year of Sustainability

Nat Hab Celebrates a Year of Sustainability

Courtney Nachlas May 22, 2019 0

Sustainable travel is coded into Natural Habitat Adventures’ DNA, and 2018 was an exceptional year in taking on conservation projects for our Boulder-based ecotourism company! The infographic below displays some of Nat Hab’s 2018

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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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