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Rhino poaching reaches all-time high in South Africa

Rhino poaching reaches all-time high in South Africa

Wendy Redal February 15, 2011 1

Despite global efforts to protect the endangered rhinoceros population, WWF has announced that rhino poaching in South Africa is more rampant than ever, doubling annually in the last three years. WWF is engaged in

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Wildlife On Canvas

Wildlife On Canvas

Brad Josephs February 13, 2011 3

I love my career as a Natural Habitat guide because I love wildlife and wilderness, but equally I thrive on sharing my passion of nature with others.  There are many reasons which drive people to take

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Rare ocelot found in Arizona backyard

Rare ocelot found in Arizona backyard

Wendy Redal February 10, 2011 1

That's no ordinary kitty treed by a dog in a southern Arizona backyard! This young ocelot's presence might indicate that the small population in Mexican Sonora is making its way over the border for

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It’s Raining Birds

It’s Raining Birds

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 8, 2011 6

Instead of waking to falling snow as many of us did on New Year’s Day 2011, people in Beebe, Arkansas, rose to find thousands of birds—grackles, starlings and red-winged blackbirds—falling from the sky, dead.

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Be our friend on Facebook and help protect wildlife

Be our friend on Facebook and help protect wildlife

Wendy Redal January 4, 2011 5

Did you know 2011 is World Wildlife Fund's 50th Anniversary? Natural Habitat Adventures will be doing a lot this year to help WWF celebrate! To kick things off this month, Nat Hab is donating

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“Assisting Migration” Could Be Aiding Extinction

“Assisting Migration” Could Be Aiding Extinction

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 2, 2011 10

As our 2010 calendars now come down off the walls and we look at the crisp, new, blank pages of 2011, we can’t help but wonder what this New Year has in store for

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Eating Goose Eggs and Other Culinary Adventures

Eating Goose Eggs and Other Culinary Adventures

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 13, 2010 6

The statistics regarding a worldwide climate trend toward global warming and the resultant loss of biodiversity are alarming—and attention getting, to say the least. Most of us have heard the often-quoted statement that the

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Choose to Champion a Chimpanzee

Choose to Champion a Chimpanzee

Wendy Redal November 15, 2010 1

While chimpanzees are struggling amidst declining habitat and bushmeat trade in central Africa, organizations like the Jane Goodall Institute and World Wildlife Fund are working to protect them. Learn more about how you, too,

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