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Pallas’s Cats Migrating Upward, Now in Nepal

Pallas’s Cats Migrating Upward, Now in Nepal

Wendy Redal April 7, 2014 2

Pallas’s cats, previously only seen in the steppes of Central Asia, have been spotted in Nepal for the first time this winter. Images of the small wild cat – about the size of a

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Ten Interesting Facts about Bhutan

Ten Interesting Facts about Bhutan

Elissa Poma April 5, 2014 1

Until recently, the tiny Asian kingdom of Bhutan remained tucked away in total isolation from the rest of the world. That segregation helped to preserve its deep Buddhist traditions, importance of the family and pristine landscapes.

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11 WWF & Nat Hab Travel Destinations Top the New York Times 2014 Bucket List

11 WWF & Nat Hab Travel Destinations Top the New York Times 2014 Bucket List

Tania Curry January 15, 2014 0

The New York Times published an exclusive list 52 places to visit in 2014.  Here are 11 of the destinations WWF and Nat Hab can take you to in 2014. #1 Cape Town, South

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In the Hall of a Mountain Cat

In the Hall of a Mountain Cat

Lisa Poppleton November 29, 2012 2

When I see this broad furry face staring straight into the camera, I can’t help but think of a wizened little mountain troll.  “What are you doing in my home?” it seems to say.

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WWF Provides Life Insurance for Snow Leopards

WWF Provides Life Insurance for Snow Leopards

Lisa Poppleton April 30, 2012 2

It is a conflict as old as the hills: the predation of domestic livestock by a wild animal and subsequent eradication of the predator by the deprived herder.  In this era of endangered species

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Bhutan Takes Measures Against Wildlife Poaching

Bhutan Takes Measures Against Wildlife Poaching

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 20, 2012 11

By any measure, Bhutan is a spiritual place, known for how it assesses the quality of life of its citizens, phrased as “gross national happiness (GNH).” The term, in fact, was coined in 1972

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Bhutan: Where Gross National Happiness Matters Most

Bhutan: Where Gross National Happiness Matters Most

Wendy Redal January 18, 2011 4

As much of the world struggles to climb out of a recession in which Gross National Product is the paramount concern, the tiny kingdom of Bhutan is more concerned with a different measure of

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Video: Bhutan’s Tigers Do Live High

Video: Bhutan’s Tigers Do Live High

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 11, 2010 5

It started with some anecdotal stories from villagers. Although tigers were known to live in the Himalayan foothills of Bhutan, no one believed that they resided any higher up the mountain—until some rumors from

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