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Wear It Wild: Because Halloween is fun, but extinction is scary

Wear It Wild: Because Halloween is fun, but extinction is scary

Tania Curry September 30, 2015 0

WWF is launching a FUNdraiser in time for Halloween, with funds supporting wildlife and nature. If you’ve already started looking for costume ideas (or you like to procrastinate), then look no further. Participating is

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Increasing Bad Behavior around Wildlife: Are More Regulations Needed?

Increasing Bad Behavior around Wildlife: Are More Regulations Needed?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 29, 2015 51

Witnessing any of nature’s great spectacles—such as the wildebeest migration of Africa, the wintering grounds of millions of monarch butterflies in Mexico or thousands of sea turtles coming ashore from the Pacific Ocean to lay

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Wild Horses of Alberta

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Wild Horses of Alberta

Kendal Bower September 25, 2015 0

Every Friday we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a family of wild horses in Alberta, Canada. Photographer Brenda Viragh captured this photo while

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What Does the Word “Travel” Mean to You?: Inspirational Travel Quotes from Around the World

What Does the Word “Travel” Mean to You?: Inspirational Travel Quotes from Around the World

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 24, 2015 7

Well-known travel writer Pico Iyer once wrote that “Travel for me is all about transformation, and I’m fascinated by those people who really do come back from a trip unrecognizable to themselves and perhaps

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Join Two WWF Conservation Experts in the Amazon

Join Two WWF Conservation Experts in the Amazon

Tania Curry September 23, 2015 0

For 40 years WWF has been working in the Amazon, a biodiverse and ecologically important rain forest that produces more than 90 billion metric tons of carbon and also houses more than 30 million

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South Korean Forest Is Cut Down for the Olympics: Is Restoration Possible?

South Korean Forest Is Cut Down for the Olympics: Is Restoration Possible?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 22, 2015 7

Most of us see the benefits of the world’s Olympic Games: they are some of the very few times nations come together to showcase their most beautiful landscapes and best athletes. For the hosting cities and countries,

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