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A Lifelong Love of Orangutans

A Lifelong Love of Orangutans

Natural Habitat Adventures October 5, 2017 0

I’m six years old, standing at the Brookfield Zoo in Chicago, nose pressed up against a glass partition, feet rooted to the ground with the 1,000-pound force only a child who has no intention

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Video Blog: The Wilds of Borneo

Video Blog: The Wilds of Borneo

WWF September 6, 2017 3

WWF’s Kelley Ashford embarked on a trip to Borneo with Natural Habitat Adventures, where she was able to explore one of the most biologically diverse habitats on earth. This tropical rain forest is home to a

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Borneo’s Biodiversity in 11 Photos

Borneo’s Biodiversity in 11 Photos

WWF August 2, 2017 1

WWF’s Kelley Ashford captured these wildlife photos within the world’s tallest rain forest during her Borneo Adventure with Natural Habitat Adventures. The following photos were taken at various locations such as the Danum Valley Conservation Area and Bornean

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Losing Wildlife Hurts Biodiversity—and Our Bottom Lines

Losing Wildlife Hurts Biodiversity—and Our Bottom Lines

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 1, 2017 1

Wildlife tourism—tourism specifically based on encounters with undomesticated animals—accounts for 20 to 40 percent of the total $1 trillion annual, global tourism industry. This comes from a paper published in late 2015 in the

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Wildlife Photos: Borneo’s Up-Close Encounters

Wildlife Photos: Borneo’s Up-Close Encounters

WWF July 26, 2017 0

WWF’s Kelley Ashford captured these wildlife photos within the world’s tallest rain forest during her Borneo Adventure with Natural Habitat Adventures. Her journey took her to the Kinabatangan River, the largest and longest river in

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Drones: Wildlife Difficulty or Poaching Deterrent?

Drones: Wildlife Difficulty or Poaching Deterrent?

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 14, 2017 0

Drones have become popular conservation tools. The Bureau of Land Management, the Department of the Interior and the U.S. Geological Survey have all used unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to monitor wildlife populations or to

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Five Recent Gains for Endangered Wildlife Species

Five Recent Gains for Endangered Wildlife Species

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 31, 2015 12

There has been a lot of good news for endangered and “missing” wildlife lately, which seems like a breath of fresh air amid all the dire headlines about rapid climate change and environmental degradation.

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Counting Wild Tigers by 2016: Will It Help Save Them?

Counting Wild Tigers by 2016: Will It Help Save Them?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 14, 2014 11

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, 13 countries that have wild tiger populations agreed to take part in a global census of the endangered big cats. The hope is that this count will then lead to

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