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How Should Rhinos Be Relocated? Upside Down.

How Should Rhinos Be Relocated? Upside Down.

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 10, 2021 0

At times, wildlife conservationists do things that might look a bit strange or even questionable to the rest of us. And seeing a rhino tied by its legs and suspended from a helicopter—even though

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Your Africa Safari Photographs Could Help Save Wildlife

Your Africa Safari Photographs Could Help Save Wildlife

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 13, 2021 0

I have never been fortunate enough to go on an Africa safari, but I never tire of reading about the experiences of others who have visited the continent, such as the thrill of seeing

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African Wild Dogs and the Necessity of Wildlife Corridors

African Wild Dogs and the Necessity of Wildlife Corridors

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 8, 2021 0

Larger than Austria and Germany combined and nearly twice as big as the United Kingdom, the enormous KAZA (Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area) lies in the Kavango and Zambezi River Basins where Angola, Botswana, Namibia,

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Video: A Novel Look at South Africa

Video: A Novel Look at South Africa

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 16, 2021 0

I have never been to Africa. Yet, I like to imagine being there: I picture myself on a safari in Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa or Tanzania. I dream of watching elephants, giraffes, lions,

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Asian Elephants Have Distinct Personalities Similar to Ours

Asian Elephants Have Distinct Personalities Similar to Ours

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 5, 2021 0

Anyone who has ever adopted a cat or dog into the family knows that each pet is distinctive. One of your dogs, for example, may have loved to spend all day at your side,

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Botswana’s Changing Lands: Elephants Not to Blame

Botswana’s Changing Lands: Elephants Not to Blame

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 10, 2020 0

The African nation of Botswana is believed to have the world’s largest population of wild elephants. While the exact number is hard to pinpoint, estimates are that there are between 118,000 to 130,000. While those

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Africa Through the Eyes of My Children

Africa Through the Eyes of My Children

Natural Habitat Adventures April 23, 2020 1

Over my 20 years at Nat Hab, I’ve had the great luxury of traveling to a wide variety of our nature destinations around the world. Travel is my greatest passion, and there is no

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Comfort Food for Quarantine—7 Soup & Stew Recipes from Our Botswana Safaris

Comfort Food for Quarantine—7 Soup & Stew Recipes from Our Botswana Safaris

Natural Habitat Adventures April 20, 2020 0

On any Nat Hab trip, it’s the charismatic wildlife and breathtaking vistas that take center stage, but there’s something else our travelers frequently come home raving about—the incredible food! For years, our guests have

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