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Wilderness: Lost and Found

Wilderness: Lost and Found

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 29, 2019 5

Today, little more than 20 percent of the world can still be considered “wilderness.” That’s not a lot, especially when you weigh the benefits that those few designated areas provide. In the last two

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Great News for the Galapagos: Land Iguana Brought Back from Extinction on Santiago

Great News for the Galapagos: Land Iguana Brought Back from Extinction on Santiago

Emily Goodheart Kautz January 24, 2019 0

The new year rang in a landmark win for conservation in the Galapagos as land iguanas were reintroduced to Santiago Island for the first time in 184 years. One of the last people to

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Nat Hab Gifts 85 Electric Bikes to Employees

Nat Hab Gifts 85 Electric Bikes to Employees

Courtney Nachlas January 23, 2019 0

As soon as employees walked in the doors of Natural Habitat Adventures on the first Friday of 2019, their faces instantly reflected shock, surprise and awe. Employees rushed over to Nat Hab Founder and

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More than Travel Guides, Maps Tell Nature’s Stories

More than Travel Guides, Maps Tell Nature’s Stories

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 8, 2019 1

Maps are far more than sets of instructions on how to get from Point A to Point B. They tell stories. And whether they’re digital or paper maps, the tales they spin range from

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Green New Year’s Resolutions for 2019 from Nat Hab’s Green Team

Green New Year’s Resolutions for 2019 from Nat Hab’s Green Team

Natural Habitat Adventures January 2, 2019 0

Our whole team here at Natural Habitat Adventures is deeply committed to sustainability. About a third of the employees at our Colorado headquarters are volunteer members of Nat Hab’s Green Team, and one of

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New Year’s Day 2019: What Outdoor Place Misses You?

New Year’s Day 2019: What Outdoor Place Misses You?

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 1, 2019 5

My father never had the “urge for going,” as songwriter-singer Joni Mitchell calls it—the desire to travel. I place the blame for that fact squarely on the shoulders of World War II. As a

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A Sunny Future for Nat Hab’s Adoptee: Wawa the Sun Bear

A Sunny Future for Nat Hab’s Adoptee: Wawa the Sun Bear

Courtney Nachlas December 27, 2018 0

Walking through the dense forests of Borneo, you may see a long, pink tongue hanging from the treetops. This unusually large tongue, resembling a pulled piece of bubble gum, belongs to a sun bear,

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Nat Hab Supports Women of Buhoma, Uganda

Nat Hab Supports Women of Buhoma, Uganda

Courtney Nachlas December 22, 2018 0

Gorilla trekkers in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park may have felt the ground vibrate the day Ride 4 A Woman received word that Natural Habitat Adventures would support entrepreneurial education of Buhoma women. Nat Hab

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