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Traveler Story: Mammoth Springs, Moose and More in Yellowstone

Traveler Story: Mammoth Springs, Moose and More in Yellowstone

Natural Habitat Adventures March 30, 2020 0

“This was my second trip with Nat Hab and the first time I had ventured to choose the photo itinerary. I thought I would be out of my depth, teaming up with “photo experts.”

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Discover Yellowstone’s Secrets Under the Big Sky

Discover Yellowstone’s Secrets Under the Big Sky

Emily Goodheart Kautz January 28, 2020 0

Yellowstone is America’s oldest and perhaps most beloved national park, inspiring innumerable written accounts of exploration and bringing in an influx of tourism each year. But even before this remote region attracted millions of

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Bison Can’t Leave Yellowstone

Bison Can’t Leave Yellowstone

Natural Habitat Adventures December 26, 2019 0

Ask anyone who has ever visited Yellowstone National Park (YNP) what they remember about their experience, and the response will inevitably include bison. As North America’s largest terrestrial animal, bison (Bison bison), often endearingly

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Winter in Yellowstone

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Winter in Yellowstone

Steve Selden November 29, 2019 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a snow-covered bison in Montana! Photographer Rex Arney took this classic bison

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Elk Use Changing Environmental Signs to Time Migrations

Elk Use Changing Environmental Signs to Time Migrations

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 12, 2019 0

On a recent Natural Habitat Adventures fall trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, my guide talked about a common question he gets from visitors who come to see the National Elk Refuge at

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No Time to Waste: The World’s First Zero Waste Adventure

No Time to Waste: The World’s First Zero Waste Adventure

WWF October 11, 2019 0

Natural Habitat Adventures and WWF educate and inspire travelers to adopt lifelong habits to save treasured natural spaces and species. The light yellow curtain of early morning sunlight poured onto the still-dewy grasses in

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The Wonder of Wolf Watching

The Wonder of Wolf Watching

WWF August 21, 2019 0

There are so many positive reasons why humans seek out animals. Often, we just want to get a glimpse into their lives, to watch their bodies move across the landscape, to see how they

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Grasslands: A Lot More Than Just Flyover Country

Grasslands: A Lot More Than Just Flyover Country

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 5, 2019 1

Across the world, they go by many names: downs, prairies, pampas, rangelands, steppes, savannas or velds. But what all of these landscapes have in common is that grass is their naturally dominant vegetation. These “grasslands” occupy what I

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