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100 Amazing Places to Protect

100 Amazing Places to Protect

Wendy Redal April 12, 2010 0

Well, if you guessed that you could see them all with Natural Habitat Expeditions, you’d be right, but that’s ultimately not the most important trait they share. These wild animals, along with a host

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Harp seal hunt curtailed, but pups still in peril

Harp seal hunt curtailed, but pups still in peril

Wendy Redal April 8, 2010 1

When Ben Bressler launched Natural Habitat Adventures 25 years ago by taking a handful of guests to the Gulf of St. Lawrence, he had a distinct goal: to protect harp seals through ecotourism. If

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U.N. Denies Polar Bear Trading Ban

U.N. Denies Polar Bear Trading Ban

James Dziezynski March 18, 2010 2

The American led movement to ban the international sale of polar bear products has failed to pass in the United Nations. Opposition from Canada, Norway and Russia prevented the ban from taking place. Despite

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Off-Setting Your Flights: A Step in the Right Direction

Off-Setting Your Flights: A Step in the Right Direction

Wendy Redal March 1, 2010 0

In a quest to open up realms of adventure far from well-trodden travel routes, Natural Habitat Expeditions covers the globe from pole to pole. From Spitsbergen and Ammassalik in the far north, to the lower

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Panda recovery program bolstered by two American expats

Panda recovery program bolstered by two American expats

Wendy Redal February 23, 2010 0

You may have caught the news recently about a very special FedEx delivery to China’s Sichuan province: aboard the company’s custom-appointed 777 jet were two distinguished passengers, headed from the U.S. to the Chengdu

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NHA Founder Ben Bressler Interview on Eco-Tourism

NHA Founder Ben Bressler Interview on Eco-Tourism

James Dziezynski February 12, 2010 0

Our own Ben Bressler was featured on Fox 31 in Colorado to share his thoughts on eco-tourism! We’re sorry, this video is no longer available from Fox 31!

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Protect Patagonia: Eat Sustainable Wild Salmon

Protect Patagonia: Eat Sustainable Wild Salmon

Wendy Redal February 8, 2010 2

The jagged coast of southern Chile is one of the most dramatic places on earth. A maze of fjords and islands, the topography is testament to the power of ice to shape a landscape.

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Asian Countries Pledge to Double Tiger Population

Asian Countries Pledge to Double Tiger Population

James Dziezynski January 29, 2010 0

A small ray of hope has given Asia’s dwindling tiger population a chance at recovering their numbers. A 13 country coalition has pledged to double the current paltry number of tigers in the wild

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