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Traveling in New Zealand: Separated by the Same Language

Traveling in New Zealand: Separated by the Same Language

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 15, 2015 6

When you first start exploring beyond your home ground, you tend to see everything in relation to where you live: what’s different, what’s similar, what’s unheard of and what’s exactly the same. I suppose

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Video: New Zealand Robins Demonstrate Their Counting Ability

Video: New Zealand Robins Demonstrate Their Counting Ability

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 8, 2015 5

My dog can count. I’m sure of this fact. After her daily walk, if she doesn’t receive precisely two treats, I will hear about it. If I try to shortchange her by offering only

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New Study Shows How Dogs Process Our Words. A Video Shows How They See Us.

New Study Shows How Dogs Process Our Words. A Video Shows How They See Us.

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 11, 2014 2

Anyone who has lived with a dog at any time in his or her life knows that they are masters at reading us; they understand by the tone in our voices whether we’re angry,

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Travelers rescue injured sled dog: Trauma surgeon in Nat Hab group saves dog’s life in makeshift ‘clinic’

Travelers rescue injured sled dog: Trauma surgeon in Nat Hab group saves dog’s life in makeshift ‘clinic’

Wendy Redal December 1, 2014 2

Dogs in the office at Nat Hab’s Colorado headquarters are nothing new, since our dog-friendly policy has been a long-standing feature. But a few days ago we welcomed a very special canine visitor –

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Border Collies: The Real Stars of New Zealand

Border Collies: The Real Stars of New Zealand

Natural Habitat Adventures June 9, 2014 0

A New Zealand Travel Tale brought to you by Valerie Wimberley, Air Travel Specialist at Nat Hab There are many reasons people travel to New Zealand.  It is a stunningly beautiful country with soaring

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Wild Dogs: A Rare Encounter in Botswana

Wild Dogs: A Rare Encounter in Botswana

Natural Habitat Adventures May 24, 2014 0

This travel tale is brought to you by Megan Bryant, NHA Africa Adventure Director Last month, I was enjoying a stay at Savuti Camp in the Linyanti Reserve of northern Botswana, a place I

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Videos: Dogs React to Recorded Wolf Howls

Videos: Dogs React to Recorded Wolf Howls

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 28, 2014 3

Howling is just one of many forms of vocal communication used by canines. Even though they may bark, growl, moan, snarl, whimper, whine, woof and yelp a lot more often than they howl, it

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Video: The Top 25 Most Intelligent Nonhuman Animals

Video: The Top 25 Most Intelligent Nonhuman Animals

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 9, 2014 17

I’m always a little wary of smart animal lists for two reasons. The first is that I know without a doubt that my greyhound, Chic, is the smartest dog in the world, yet greyhounds

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