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Wildlife Photo of the Week: The Walkabout

Wildlife Photo of the Week: The Walkabout

Kendal Bower October 30, 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 lioness and her cubs in South Africa. In the MalaMala Game Reserve,

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Twenty-Five Years in the Amazon

Twenty-Five Years in the Amazon

Tania Curry October 28, 2015 1

WWF’s Meg Symington on saving the world’s largest rain forest I was only 21 years old in 1982 when I traveled to Manu National Park in the Peruvian Amazon to do field research on

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See—and Save—the World’s Most Endangered Species Part 4: Polar Bears

See—and Save—the World’s Most Endangered Species Part 4: Polar Bears

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl October 26, 2015 0

In our last article on where to “See—and Save—the World’s Most Endangered Species: Part 3” we learned about the captivating mountain gorillas of Central Africa.  In part four, we thought we’d cover the threatened polar

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Rest. Play. Repeat.

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Rest. Play. Repeat.

Kendal Bower October 23, 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 peaceful pack of wild dog pups resting. While in South Africa, photographer Douglas

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In Namibia, a Landscape Both Unforgiving and Awe-inspiring

In Namibia, a Landscape Both Unforgiving and Awe-inspiring

Elissa Poma October 21, 2015 0

The people of Namibia possess a hard-to-grasp reverence for their landscape. No matter how little rain falls on the southern African country, or how strongly an unforgiving sun bakes the earth, or how swirly dust devils

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Most of Us Support the Endangered Species Act. So Why Doesn’t Congress?

Most of Us Support the Endangered Species Act. So Why Doesn’t Congress?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 20, 2015 2

Just a few months ago, in summer 2015, there were hopeful headlines for the Endangered Species Act (ESA). A new poll had been released that showed that nine out of every 10 American voters

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