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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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PHOTOS: Nat Hab’s New Aurora Pod & Stunning Northern Lights

PHOTOS: Nat Hab’s New Aurora Pod & Stunning Northern Lights

Emily Deemer March 30, 2015 1

Nat Hab’s new Aurora Pod debuted in Churchill this month, which was perfect timing for the increased solar flaring that the Northern Hemisphere enjoyed last week.  Nat Hab guides Brad Josephs and Alex Devries-Magnifico

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Arctic Hare in Churchill

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Arctic Hare in Churchill

Kendal Bower March 27, 2015 0

Every Friday we choose our favorite photo of the week from our new Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose this beautiful portrait of an arctic hare in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.

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Photo Journal: Art on Alcatraz, a National Park Unit

Photo Journal: Art on Alcatraz, a National Park Unit

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 26, 2015 7

National Park Week in April always inspires stories and reflections on our favorite national parks, especially the well-known ones, such Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Canyon and Glacier National Park. But the 407 National

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See Nature as If for the First Time

See Nature as If for the First Time

WWF March 25, 2015 0

We had just finished a wonderfully grueling hike in the Tiskita Jungle, located along pristine coastline in the southwest corner of Costa Rica within a 300-acre private biological reserve.  We sat under an almond

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Fearing Climate Change: the Fact and the Phrase

Fearing Climate Change: the Fact and the Phrase

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 24, 2015 14

Words are my business; I’m intrigued by them and the power they have. As an environmental writer, I am particularly interested in the terms we have to describe the natural world: is a particular

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