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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Riots of Natural Colours

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Riots of Natural Colours

Kendal Bower April 28, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose blue-tailed bee-eaters out of India. Photographer Sandipan Ghosh captured this image while in

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Video: The Health Benefits of Forest Bathing

Video: The Health Benefits of Forest Bathing

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 27, 2017 7

I have always loved forests. I don’t know where that comes from. But whenever I’m in one, I feel as though I can finally breathe in the way I was meant to breathe, deeply

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Botswana Safari Surprises Travelers with Rare Leopard Sighting

Botswana Safari Surprises Travelers with Rare Leopard Sighting

WWF April 26, 2017 3

WWF Senior Writer, Deborah Ackerman had a rare and thrilling sight while accompanying a Nat Hab trip through Botswana: a mother leopard carrying her newborn cubs across the KAZA landscape during green season—the time

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After Earth Day 2017: An Alphabet from Outer Space

After Earth Day 2017: An Alphabet from Outer Space

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 25, 2017 1

On Saturday, the world celebrated Earth Day 2017. This one took on a different demeanor from Earth Days in our recent past. Reminiscent of the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, this year

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Traveler Story: Natural Jewels of Costa Rica

Traveler Story: Natural Jewels of Costa Rica

Natural Habitat Adventures April 24, 2017 0

“Nat Hab always makes your trip worry free and interesting. We enjoy photographing wildlife of all types and in Costa Rica, there are all types. Thanks for great memories and photos!” — D. Beach,

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Fishing for Trash: How Travel Keeps Galapagos National Park Pristine

Fishing for Trash: How Travel Keeps Galapagos National Park Pristine

WWF April 22, 2017 1

In a place as remote as the Galapagos Islands, I expected to encounter a pristine wild habitat, nearly unspoiled by human activity. I was rewarded with such an experience, snorkeling with dozens of sea

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