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The Summer Shade of Trees Could Save Species

The Summer Shade of Trees Could Save Species

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 3, 2019 0

We still have three weeks until the end of a long and brutally hot summer. At times, it seems the only respite we can get outside during our picnics, state fair visits, outdoor music

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New “Ghost Forests” Are a Sign of Climate Change

New “Ghost Forests” Are a Sign of Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 20, 2019 0

Now, at the end of August, you may think that it’s about two months too early to talk about “ghost forests.” But, in fact, they have nothing to do with Halloween—and everything to do

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Greenland Whale Proves to Be the First Narwhal-Beluga Hybrid

Greenland Whale Proves to Be the First Narwhal-Beluga Hybrid

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 13, 2019 0

Finding new hybrid species in the wild—such as the pizzly in Churchill, Canada—can be exciting and a great cause for concern all at the same time. Such news is inspiring because it signals that

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Black, Grizzly and Polar Bears Now All Found in Churchill

Black, Grizzly and Polar Bears Now All Found in Churchill

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 30, 2019 0

For the first time, North America’s three bear species—black, grizzly and polar—have been documented sharing the same spot. And that spot happens to be one that is very dear to Natural Habitat Adventures and

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This Summer, Make Sure Your Sunscreen Protects Coral Reefs

This Summer, Make Sure Your Sunscreen Protects Coral Reefs

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 23, 2019 0

Ah, summer. Time to enjoy the long days of sunlight with outdoor picnics, paddling, and swims in lakes and pools. In this second season of the year, we take in lots of fresh air—and

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What Do Polar Bears Eat?

What Do Polar Bears Eat?

Emily Goodheart Kautz June 15, 2019 0

Wherever I’ve traveled in the world, I have always been fascinated by what humans and other species eat. With a background in animal behavior and food anthropology, I traveled to the Polar Bear Capital

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May 4 Is Bird Day: Watch Birds in Their Natural Habitats

May 4 Is Bird Day: Watch Birds in Their Natural Habitats

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 30, 2019 0

One of the many things I like about birds is that they are wildlife that is easily accessible no matter where you live. While you may not be able to see bears, wolves or

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Earth Day 2019: Share Your Favorite, Coolest Nature Video

Earth Day 2019: Share Your Favorite, Coolest Nature Video

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 16, 2019 3

Next Monday, April 22, 2019, the world will mark its 49th Earth Day. The first Earth Day, held on April 22, 1970, was inspired by Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson, who modeled it on the antiwar protests

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