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Blaming Animals for Our Bad Behavior

Blaming Animals for Our Bad Behavior

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 8, 2011 12

There are many Native American stories regarding the stunning red, orange and white hoodoos in Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park. The Paiute Indians call the park Unka-timpe-wa-wince-pockich—which means “red rocks standing like men in

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Some Folks Call Me “Gutpile”

Some Folks Call Me “Gutpile”

Brad Josephs March 7, 2011 7

When I am not guiding or traveling, you can find me residing in the quirky little fishing village (though some argue it is primarily a drinking village with a fishing problem) of Homer, Alaska.

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Happy Birthday, Yellowstone National Park!

Happy Birthday, Yellowstone National Park!

Wendy Redal March 1, 2011 0

America’s first national park is 139 years old today! Yellowstone became the first federally protected national park by an Act of Congress signed into law on March 1, 1872. A Brief History Leading to

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Hola from Baja! It’s Whale Season

Hola from Baja! It’s Whale Season

Wendy Redal February 25, 2011 1

Greetings from Loreto, Mexico! I’m excited to be joining a Natural Habitat group that’s headed today to San Ignacio Lagoon, on the west coast of Baja California Sur, where we’ll be spending the next

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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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Pandas In Paradise

Pandas In Paradise

Brad Josephs February 6, 2011 11

As the winter passes on my thoughts turn away from the polar bears and grizzlies of 2010 and to the coming adventures of 2011. The first on the calendar for me will be guiding

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