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One Day in the Galápagos Islands 

One Day in the Galápagos Islands 

WWF February 14, 2018 0

First, whales.   On a morning in September, we woke up earlier than usual. We had been navigating overnight towards Isla Bartholomea and our guides, Roberto and Giancarlo, had prepared us for the possibility of whale sightings in the

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Watch and Listen to Beluga Whales

Watch and Listen to Beluga Whales

Natural Habitat Adventures July 21, 2017 0

By Nat Hab traveler Jim Fuller and Expedition Leader Moira le Patourel. A summertime journey to Churchill reveals another world beyond the tundra—the watery domain of beluga whales! Hear their playful whistles and clicks during this underwater

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Traveler Story: Among the Great Whales

Traveler Story: Among the Great Whales

Natural Habitat Adventures July 10, 2017 0

“Trip of a lifetime, it’s not every day you get to pet a gray whale, or two. We saw four blue whales, hundreds of dolphins and dozens of humpback whales. The Nat Geo Sea

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Quickly Losing Protections: Our Birds, Lands and Oceans

Quickly Losing Protections: Our Birds, Lands and Oceans

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 20, 2017 3

One hundred and eleven years ago, the American Antiquities Act of 1906 was passed. It authorizes the president to designate federally managed lands as national monuments in order to conserve important archaeological, historic and

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Five Whale Questions with WWF’s Leigh Henry

Five Whale Questions with WWF’s Leigh Henry

WWF June 7, 2017 0

WWF Senior Policy Officer in Species Conservation, Leigh Henry, leads policy efforts related to wildlife conservation. Since joining the WWF family in 2001, she has helped lead WWF’s efforts with the International Whaling Commission among

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Warming Oceans Due to Climate Change Causing Seabird Deaths

Warming Oceans Due to Climate Change Causing Seabird Deaths

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 14, 2017 4

Recently, in late 2016, hundreds of tufted puffins washed up dead on shores along the Bering Sea in Alaska. Earlier last year, tens of thousands of dead common murres were found on beaches from

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Climate Change Could Expose a Hazardous U.S. Military Base in Greenland

Climate Change Could Expose a Hazardous U.S. Military Base in Greenland

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 6, 2016 0

In the past few decades, rapid climate change has certainly revealed a lot about how our planet is being reshaped and modified. Global warming has been linked to wars, the death of the world’s

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The Great Gray Whale in Me

The Great Gray Whale in Me

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl November 4, 2016 0

Whenever I write about a specific nature or travel topic, I try to think about the extent to which my experience with it has shaped my own life. In the case of the mystical, magical,

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