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National Parks Are Warming Faster Than the Rest of the U.S.

National Parks Are Warming Faster Than the Rest of the U.S.

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 17, 2019 0

National parks are some of our favorite wild places, set aside for all of us to enjoy and for wildlife to find some yet remaining, far-too-scarce natural habitats. Here, in these lands, we can

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Plastics and PCBs: Ocean Pollutants Causing Big Problems

Plastics and PCBs: Ocean Pollutants Causing Big Problems

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 27, 2019 0

More than eight million tons of plastic debris end up in our oceans every year. Present in nearly every oceanic layer, plastic garbage today accounts for nearly 80 percent of all waste found in our

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Greenland Whale Proves to Be the First Narwhal-Beluga Hybrid

Greenland Whale Proves to Be the First Narwhal-Beluga Hybrid

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 13, 2019 0

Finding new hybrid species in the wild—such as the pizzly in Churchill, Canada—can be exciting and a great cause for concern all at the same time. Such news is inspiring because it signals that

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Black, Grizzly and Polar Bears Now All Found in Churchill

Black, Grizzly and Polar Bears Now All Found in Churchill

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 30, 2019 0

For the first time, North America’s three bear species—black, grizzly and polar—have been documented sharing the same spot. And that spot happens to be one that is very dear to Natural Habitat Adventures and

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6 places on Our Planet where WWF works

6 places on Our Planet where WWF works

Hannah Wagner May 9, 2019 0

Our Planet developed a sense of urgency. The 8-part series, which can be streamed on Netflix, has created conversation on the danger wildlife faces. Listening to Sir David Attenborough’s voice bellow over sweeping scenes

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Capturing the Character of Polar Bears

Capturing the Character of Polar Bears

Natural Habitat Adventures April 8, 2019 0

“My uncertainty before the trip was, of course, would we even see the bears, but, more crucially, would we get a true sense of them—their personality, their character, their soul, for lack of a

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The Magic of Churchill

The Magic of Churchill

Natural Habitat Adventures April 4, 2019 0

“Oh dear,” I heard our driver say over the sound of spinning tires. “Yep…uh huh…I think we’re really stuck now,” he continued. Somehow, even words you don’t want to hear sound better when said

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The Year-Round Land of Evergreens: the Taiga

The Year-Round Land of Evergreens: the Taiga

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 15, 2019 3

It’s mid-January, the time some people call the “doldrums,” a period of feeling low energy and a lack of motivation after the Christmas and New Year season of celebration and parties. It can be

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