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3 Highlights from an Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

3 Highlights from an Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures March 25, 2020 0

You think you know. You think you know how big and grand Alaska is before you go. It is jaw-droppingly huge and beautiful and fierce all at the same time. I had the privilege

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The Sounds of Greenland

The Sounds of Greenland

Natural Habitat Adventures March 18, 2020 0

When I first considered my trip to Greenland, I enthusiastically anticipated the breathtaking scenery of fjords and icebergs bobbing among crystal clear waters. But what transpired far exceeded my expectations. The multi-sensory experience was

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Traveler Story: Encounters with Moose in Glacier National Park

Traveler Story: Encounters with Moose in Glacier National Park

Natural Habitat Adventures March 16, 2020 0

“Many years ago, my wife and I spent one day (not NEARLY enough time) visiting Glacier National Park. We were so struck by the park’s beauty and majesty, even on that short trip, that

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Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Exceeds Scientific Predictions

Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Exceeds Scientific Predictions

Natural Habitat Adventures November 7, 2016 0

Greenland has become the global symbol of climate change. From polar bears stranded on flimsy floating ice slabs to shocking time lapse photos of glaciers melting to “before”/”after” images showing rapidly receding glacial lines.

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7 Incredible Facts about Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park

7 Incredible Facts about Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl February 27, 2016 0

In what John Muir called “the best care-killing scenery on the continent,” Glacier National Park in the U.S. and Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada join together to create one of the most spectacular cross-border, internationally

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Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park – The Best in Nature and Scenery

Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park – The Best in Nature and Scenery

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl January 23, 2016 Comments Off on Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park – The Best in Nature and Scenery

I remember the first time I saw a grizzly bear in the wild—it was while guiding a group of travelers on an incredible hiking and biking trip through one of the most spectacularly scenic

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Ten Interesting Facts about Glaciers

Ten Interesting Facts about Glaciers

Elissa Poma February 16, 2014 0

Glaciers creep their way across vast regions, spreading their hefty mass of hundreds of years of compacted snow and ice all swaths of land standing in their way.  Some glaciers appear dusty and rocky

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An Iceberg Larger than Chicago is Born in Antarctica

An Iceberg Larger than Chicago is Born in Antarctica

Emily Deemer July 12, 2013 0

Breaking news in Antarctica this week: the  2-year-old crack in Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier (nicknamed PIG) has finally given out.  The PIG calved a new  iceberg larger than the city of Chicago in the Amundsen

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