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5 Matriarchs in the Animal Kingdom <br> You Can See with Nat Hab

5 Matriarchs in the Animal Kingdom
You Can See with Nat Hab

Emily Goodheart Kautz May 11, 2019 0

In honor of Mother’s Day, we’ve made a list of the matriarchal animal societies you can see on a trip with Natural Habitat Adventures. Check out which moms rule the roost below! Elephants Elephants

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The <em>Our Planet</em> Species You Can See with Nat Hab & WWF

The Our Planet Species You Can See with Nat Hab & WWF

Emily Goodheart Kautz April 23, 2019 0

Our Planet brilliantly encapsulates the idea that our wild places are worth protecting. Detailed within each episode are accounts of spectacular natural phenomena, such as the super blooms that occur once every decade in

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Memories of Madagascar

Memories of Madagascar

Natural Habitat Adventures November 29, 2018 0

We were hiking in Andasibe National Park when we came upon this gray bamboo lemur. Gray bamboo lemurs are vertical climbers, and they jump from stalk to stalk in thick bamboo forests. But this

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Nat Hab & Malagasy NGO Aid the Aye-aye

Nat Hab & Malagasy NGO Aid the Aye-aye

Emily Goodheart Kautz November 5, 2018 0

Deep in the rainforest, in the cover of darkness, the lucky traveler may come across the luminous, piercing eyes of the Aye-aye high in the canopy. Encounters with these elusive lemurs are extremely rare,

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Traveler Story: Madagascar Wildlife Adventure

Traveler Story: Madagascar Wildlife Adventure

Natural Habitat Adventures September 9, 2017 0

In June 2017, Nat Hab traveler Ardelle Fellows encountered wild lemurs and more as she explored the wondrous biodiversity of Earth’s most unique island on a small-group Madagascar Wildlife Adventure. This African island is

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2014 National Geographic Photo Contest Amazes

2014 National Geographic Photo Contest Amazes

Chris Miller October 27, 2014 0

National Geographic Magazine annual photo contest is under way again! Photographers can submit their stunning shots up until the October 31st deadline. Here are a few of our favorite wildlife photo submissions so far

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