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Will We Soon Be “Talking” with Dolphins and Whales?

Will We Soon Be “Talking” with Dolphins and Whales?

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 28, 2019 0

Much like us, other animals have “languages” that they use in order to communicate with members of their own species. For example, prairie dogs have developed different “words” to describe various predators—barks, squeals and

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Nat Hab Celebrates a Year of Sustainability

Nat Hab Celebrates a Year of Sustainability

Courtney Nachlas May 22, 2019 0

Sustainable travel is coded into Natural Habitat Adventures’ DNA, and 2018 was an exceptional year in taking on conservation projects for our Boulder-based ecotourism company! The infographic below displays some of Nat Hab’s 2018

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Eagles and Ospreys: When Birds of Prey Clash

Eagles and Ospreys: When Birds of Prey Clash

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 14, 2019 0

Proud, powerful and the national symbol of the United States, bald eagles are birds of prey that are extremely territorial during nesting season but highly social at other times. They use their talons to

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6 places on Our Planet where WWF works

6 places on Our Planet where WWF works

Hannah Wagner May 9, 2019 0

Our Planet developed a sense of urgency. The 8-part series, which can be streamed on Netflix, has created conversation on the danger wildlife faces. Listening to Sir David Attenborough’s voice bellow over sweeping scenes

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A Zero Waste Guide Training in Colorado

A Zero Waste Guide Training in Colorado

Natural Habitat Adventures May 9, 2019 0

BHAGs—Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals. That’s something that we constantly strive for here at Natural Habitat Adventures. And while the term itself is not officially part of our esteemed Core Ideologies, it lives in the

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QUIZ – How to Differentiate African Rhinoceroses

QUIZ – How to Differentiate African Rhinoceroses

Hannah Wagner May 1, 2019 0

Aren’t all rhinos gray? Technically, no. Spanning the lower and eastern part of the continent of Africa, the black rhino and white rhino roam like prehistoric giants balancing precariously on the edge of being

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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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Conservation Inspiration from Our Planet: <br>7 Ways You Can Help

Conservation Inspiration from Our Planet:
7 Ways You Can Help

Emily Goodheart Kautz April 27, 2019 0

 Brilliant and skillful in its storytelling, the emotions Our Planet evokes are all at once awe-inspiring, mesmerizing and heart-wrenching. This gripping portrait of the critical condition of our planet highlights key conservation issues,

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