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Halloween Video: the Silent Flight of Owls

Halloween Video: the Silent Flight of Owls

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 31, 2017 2

Halloween and owls have a long and storied history with each other. It’s thought that the connection may have been forged around ancient Halloween bonfires. As nocturnal hunters of bats, owls would often be

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Photos from a Zimbabwe & Zambia Safari

Photos from a Zimbabwe & Zambia Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures October 30, 2017 0

Nowadays, it’s becoming increasingly harder to find African safari experiences that evoke the profound sense of wilderness immersion that so many of us seek. Far off Southern Africa’s typical tourist track are Zambia and

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A Hidden Yellowstone Wildlife Safari

A Hidden Yellowstone Wildlife Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures October 28, 2017 0

“The grandeur of the Tetons and Yellowstone was inspiring, with moose, bear, bison, pronghorn and more, all among the wonderful smell of sagebrush. The highlight for me though had to be the last day

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Black Bear Triplets

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Black Bear Triplets

Kendal Bower October 27, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected the three bears. Photographer Heather Reid stumbled upon this family of black

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Bird Video: The “Caw” of a Crow and the “Kraa” of a Raven

Bird Video: The “Caw” of a Crow and the “Kraa” of a Raven

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 26, 2017 2

Ever since I read Edgar Allan Poe’s poem “The Raven” in junior high school, the bird has fascinated me. Corvids, such as ravens and crows, are among the smartest of all birds and have

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Big Adventure on a Wild Island

Big Adventure on a Wild Island

WWF October 25, 2017 0

Originally featured in Summer 2017 World Wildlife Magazine. The high-pitched calls of gibbons echo through the steamy valley and send chills down my spine. Gibbons live only in intact old-growth forests like this one

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