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Webinar Series: The Magic of the Northern Lights

Webinar Series: The Magic of the Northern Lights

Emily Deemer September 30, 2013 0

Join veteran Nat Hab expedition leader Melissa Scott for a live virtual tour of one of the world’s greatest phenomena, the ethereal northern lights!  Adventure travelers: you don’t want to miss this truly breathtaking

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Travel Tales: Baby Pandas & China’s Unseen Treasures

Travel Tales: Baby Pandas & China’s Unseen Treasures

Emily Deemer September 28, 2013 1

NHA Staff Naturalist Brad Josephs just returned from leading the first of two Natural Habitat nature adventures in China’s less traveled mountain country.  These trips explore remote mountains and forests of Sichuan and the Tibetan

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Rare White Lion Cubs Born at an Australian Wildlife Park!

Rare White Lion Cubs Born at an Australian Wildlife Park!

Emily Deemer September 27, 2013 0

Two rare white African lion cubs were born recently at the Zoodoo Wildlife Park in Tasmania.  At just 5 weeks old, you could say the cubs are the “pride” of the park! According to

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Celebrate Sea Otter Awareness Week with These Five Sea Otter Facts

Celebrate Sea Otter Awareness Week with These Five Sea Otter Facts

Emily Deemer September 25, 2013 0

Sept 23-28 marks the 10th Anniversary of Sea Otter Awareness Week, a time when we recognize and appreciate the critical role sea otters play in the nearshore ecosystem. Sea otters are near and dear

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Arctic Sea Ice Declines to Its Sixth-Lowest Extent on Record, Yet Some Still Repudiate the Loss

Arctic Sea Ice Declines to Its Sixth-Lowest Extent on Record, Yet Some Still Repudiate the Loss

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 24, 2013 9

I’ve always loved ice. Growing up in Wisconsin, my winters were filled with it. I could skate on it, watch it paint the trees with a crystalline, Doctor Zhivago-like romance, and break off icicles

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Happy World Rhino Day! Take this Quiz to Test your Rhino IQ!

Happy World Rhino Day! Take this Quiz to Test your Rhino IQ!

Emily Deemer September 22, 2013 0

Q: Why do birds often perch on rhinos backs? a. Predators can’t attack them b. They get lonely c. Their wings get tired d. They feed on parasites

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