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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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Nat Hab Employee Earns Two Prestigious Awards for Conservation Research

Nat Hab Employee Earns Two Prestigious Awards for Conservation Research

Courtney Nachlas May 8, 2019 0

Natural Habitat Adventures employees pride ourselves on our dedication to conservation and sustainability initiatives. Rashel Gandhi, Adventure Concierge and Green Team member, embodies these exceptional qualities, and Nat Hab isn’t the only one who

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Conservation Inspiration from Our Planet: <br>7 Ways You Can Help

Conservation Inspiration from Our Planet:
7 Ways You Can Help

Emily Goodheart Kautz April 27, 2019 0

 Brilliant and skillful in its storytelling, the emotions Our Planet evokes are all at once awe-inspiring, mesmerizing and heart-wrenching. This gripping portrait of the critical condition of our planet highlights key conservation issues,

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Celebrating Earth Day at Natural Habitat Adventures

Celebrating Earth Day at Natural Habitat Adventures

Courtney Nachlas April 22, 2019 0

Natural Habitat Adventures loves celebrating the holidays! Each year, Nat Hab’s office employees come together for a huge Thanksgiving potluck, an epic St. Patrick’s Day feast and an unforgettable holiday party, to name a

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Our Planet Book Review | A Call to Action to Save Our Wild Places

Our Planet Book Review | A Call to Action to Save Our Wild Places

Emily Goodheart Kautz April 5, 2019 0

Our Planet takes us on a journey through the earth’s biological realms, highlighting its rarest creatures and hidden natural wonders. This photographic companion to the Netflix original documentary series details the ways humans are

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Monarch Populations Soar to New Heights

Monarch Populations Soar to New Heights

Courtney Nachlas March 4, 2019 0

Walking through the Mexican Highlands, you can almost hear a little flutter. Footsteps slowly approach the noise as the forest in the distance comes into view. As you get closer, you realize the trees

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From Research to Ranomafana: <br> Lemur Conservation in Madagascar

From Research to Ranomafana:
Lemur Conservation in Madagascar

Emily Goodheart Kautz February 21, 2019 0

I sat in the middle of the woods, waterproof notebook in hand, the pitter patter of raindrops falling around me. Out of the corner of my eye, a red ruffed lemur popped its long

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Snow Leopards and Sacred Mountains: Buddhist Monks Lead the Way in Conservation

Snow Leopards and Sacred Mountains: Buddhist Monks Lead the Way in Conservation

Emily Goodheart Kautz February 9, 2019 0

In Search of the Snow Leopard, Peter Matthiessen The now across the river glows, and the rocks and peaks, the serpentine black stream, and snows, sky, stars, the firmament—all ring like the bell of the

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