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Twenty-Five Years in the Amazon

Twenty-Five Years in the Amazon

Tania Curry October 28, 2015 1

WWF’s Meg Symington on saving the world’s largest rain forest I was only 21 years old in 1982 when I traveled to Manu National Park in the Peruvian Amazon to do field research on

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Protected Areas Bring in $600 Billion, So Why Cut Funds?

Protected Areas Bring in $600 Billion, So Why Cut Funds?

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 10, 2015 20

Across the United States, more than 715 million acres of wild lands in thousands of holdings are protected, thanks to measures such as the Wilderness Act of 1964. Today, however, those protected lands face

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Should Nonnative Species Be Introduced as Biocontrols?

Should Nonnative Species Be Introduced as Biocontrols?

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 27, 2015 34

For decades now, climate change has been altering habitats and causing a major shift of ecosystems northward. Unable to adjust quickly enough, some cold-adapted species are being forced to relocate to higher latitudes as

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Nat Hab teams up with USA TODAY to bring you the “Best Place For Wildlife” Readers’ Choice Award!

Nat Hab teams up with USA TODAY to bring you the “Best Place For Wildlife” Readers’ Choice Award!

Emily Deemer January 26, 2015 0

Natural Habitat Adventures was recently invited by USA TODAY to sit on the Expert Panel for their latest 10Best Readers’ Choice Award, “Best Place for Wildlife.”  We were honored to be chosen as the

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10 Watery Wetland Facts about the Pantanal

10 Watery Wetland Facts about the Pantanal

Maddi Higgins October 22, 2014 4

The Pantanal is the largest wetland in South America and the largest wetland in the world that has not been substantially modified by humans. The sheer abundance of large birds, reptiles and mammals mark

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5 Strange Species to See in the Pantanal

5 Strange Species to See in the Pantanal

Maddi Higgins September 24, 2014 0

National Geographic called Brazil’s Pantanal “the Wild Wet,” an appropriate name for a vast area of untouched wetlands teeming with wildlife. The region is home to the planet’s densest concentration of wildlife with 159

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Video: Earth in Time-Lapse

Video: Earth in Time-Lapse

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 21, 2014 7

Described as “An around-the-world journey celebrating our sacred Earth; six-years in the making … seven continents … 24 countries,” Terra Sacra—the six-minute film that you are about to see, below—is an unforgettable, time-lapse journey

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Ten Interesting Facts about Iguacu Falls

Ten Interesting Facts about Iguacu Falls

WWF March 8, 2014 0

Lying on the border of Brazil and Argentina, Iguacu Falls was born millions of years ago, likely the result of a volcanic eruption and from the slow but steady movement of tectonic plates. It was simply

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