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Announcing the Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant!

Announcing the Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant!

Nick Grossman August 6, 2018 0

Are you involved in environmental education, or do you know someone who is? Natural Habitat Adventures is now accepting applications for its 2019 Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant! The grant will award two qualified teachers

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The Surprising, Four Best Things You Can Do to Combat Climate Change

The Surprising, Four Best Things You Can Do to Combat Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 1, 2018 0

Perhaps no issue defines our Anthropocene Age more than climate change. The topic has been in news headlines for more than four decades now, ever since U.S. scientist Wallace Broecker put the term global warming into

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An Earth Day To Remember—Constructing Natural Habitats with Natural Habitat Adventures

An Earth Day To Remember—Constructing Natural Habitats with Natural Habitat Adventures

Courtney Nachlas April 23, 2018 0

Dr. Court Whelan, NHA’s Director of Sustainability and Conservation Travel, recently gave the entire office an overview of monarch butterfly conservation. Our staff eagerly listened as Court explained that one of the largest conservation

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The Elephant Protector: Celebrating Daphne Sheldrick

The Elephant Protector: Celebrating Daphne Sheldrick

Emily Goodheart Kautz April 20, 2018 0

Natural Habitat Adventures celebrates the life of a remarkable woman and champion of elephant conservation, Dame Daphne Sheldrick, who passed away at the age of 83 this month. Daphne created the David Sheldrick Wildlife

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Tribute to a Dene Elder: Churchill’s Caroline

Tribute to a Dene Elder: Churchill’s Caroline

Emily Goodheart Kautz March 22, 2018 0

Natural Habitat Adventures is sad to share the recent passing of a beloved Sayisi Dene elder. Caroline Bjorklund spoke to our Churchill travelers about the culture of the Dene people, and the hardships they

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The Monarch Mural Restored

The Monarch Mural Restored

Emily Goodheart Kautz March 17, 2018 0

The town of Angangueo glows amber with the setting sun, a church steeple silhouetting the sky. As sunset falls over the tiled roofs of pastel houses and winding cobblestone streets, a mural illuminates the

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International Women’s Day: Spotlight on Female Guides

International Women’s Day: Spotlight on Female Guides

Natural Habitat Adventures March 8, 2018 0

International Women’s Day brings a message of empowerment to those who have been catalysts for change in the fight for women’s rights. Today, we celebrate the achievements of women leaders who are actively changing

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Emoji: the New Language of Adventure and Travel Writing?

Emoji: the New Language of Adventure and Travel Writing?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 13, 2018 0

In case you can’t read the sentence in the image above, I’ll translate it for you: “I love the snows of Antarctica and the glaciers of Greenland. And so, my adventures in ice began.”

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