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A Nature Lover Gives Thanks

A Nature Lover Gives Thanks

Wendy Redal November 22, 2011 0

As we prepare for Thanksgiving this week, taking time to reflect on all we are grateful for, I find that many of the greatest gifts in my life come from the natural world. In

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Tiny Elephant? No Oxymoron Here!

Tiny Elephant? No Oxymoron Here!

Wendy Redal August 16, 2011 0

It’s hard to imagine that an African elephant could ever be as small as this infant, but the proof is in the picture: Even though this little one, which is less than three weeks

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Botswana to ban wildlife hunting

Botswana to ban wildlife hunting

Wendy Redal July 28, 2011 1

Botswana is once more taking a leading role among African nations in advancing wildlife conservation as it prepares to end game hunting in favor of safaris devoted purely to photography. Archibald Ngakayagae, a spokesperson with

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Why a Great Safari Guide Makes All the Difference

Why a Great Safari Guide Makes All the Difference

Wendy Redal June 27, 2011 1

By Natural Habitat Adventures Editorial Director Wendy Worrall Redal As afternoon edged toward sunset in Botswana’s Moremi Game Reserve, our guide slowed the Land Rover to a halt as he studied the ground on the

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Adventure Travel Gadgets: What Can You Not Live Without?

Adventure Travel Gadgets: What Can You Not Live Without?

Wendy Redal April 5, 2011 0

What travel accessories are essential when you're in the back of beyond? Are you in the corps of Kindle-readers and aficionados of portable GPS devices? Or do you prefer your vacations unplugged? How

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Gators and turtles and rat snakes, oh my!

Gators and turtles and rat snakes, oh my!

Wendy Redal March 30, 2010 0

It was clear that a Cajun man who’d lived his whole life in South Louisiana had a better eye for spotting wildlife in a swamp than I did. “Look, there’s a barred owl, up

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