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Celebrating Good News for Endangered Species in 2016

Celebrating Good News for Endangered Species in 2016

Wendy Redal December 19, 2016 0

During the holiday season, we come together across lands, faiths and cultures to celebrate the persistence of light in the darkness. And we at Natural Habitat Adventures are especially happy to share some good

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Protecting the Woolly Mammoth to Save Today’s Elephants

Protecting the Woolly Mammoth to Save Today’s Elephants

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 27, 2016 1

The woolly mammoth—an animal that went extinct 4,000 years ago—is currently being considered for legal protection under conservation trade rules. “How that can be?” you might well ask. The answer lies in a story that’s entwined with some very

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Ranthambore Tigress Machli Dies at the Amazing Age of 19

Ranthambore Tigress Machli Dies at the Amazing Age of 19

Natural Habitat Adventures August 20, 2016 0

This is a guest post by Toby Sinclair, long-time Nat Hab India Expedition Leader and tiger expert. In 1998 Nat Hab Expedition Leader Suhail Gupta and I were in Ranthambore. We met up with the

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Tigers and Jungle Scenes Decorate Indian Train Station to Inspire Conservation

Tigers and Jungle Scenes Decorate Indian Train Station to Inspire Conservation

Julie Waggoner July 18, 2016 1

The hundreds of thousands of tourists who pass through Sawai Madhopur on their way to search for tigers in the famous Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve in eastern Rajasthan now have something more

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Assam State in India Takes New Steps to Stop Rhino Poaching

Assam State in India Takes New Steps to Stop Rhino Poaching

Julie Waggoner July 2, 2016 1

In the northeast Indian state of Assam the newly elected government this month announced plans to crack down on poaching of one-horned rhinos in the area. Kaziranga National Park in Assam is home to

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Ranthambore Tiger

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Ranthambore Tiger

Kendal Bower June 24, 2016 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a tiger in India. Photographer Marion Fauchart Jocher took this photo while visiting Ranthambore

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Films Shot in Fragile Places: Creating Conservationists or Eroding the Environment?

Films Shot in Fragile Places: Creating Conservationists or Eroding the Environment?

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 31, 2016 5

It’s the day after Memorial Day, the unofficial start of the summer season. While the summer solstice is still a ways off—June 20—after Memorial Day, vacations start and movie production companies bring out what

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Is Ringling Brothers Really “Retiring” Its Elephants?

Is Ringling Brothers Really “Retiring” Its Elephants?

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 19, 2016 0

Circus elephants in Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey shows got good news last week when it was announced on January 11, 2016, that they would be retired in May. That statement follows a

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