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A Great Alaskan Grizzly Photo Adventure

A Great Alaskan Grizzly Photo Adventure

Natural Habitat Adventures November 30, 2017 0

For avid nature photographers searching for the ultimate chance to get close-up pictures of grizzly bears at eye level, it’s tough to top an American bear safari. Here in the roadless wilderness of southwest

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Creating a New National Park: Possible or Pipe Dream?

Creating a New National Park: Possible or Pipe Dream?

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 28, 2017 2

Today, in the current political climate, with national parks falling into disrepair because of budget cuts and parks and monuments threatened with downsizing, I was astonished to learn about a newly proposed national park.

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An Exceptional Safari in Botswana

An Exceptional Safari in Botswana

Natural Habitat Adventures November 27, 2017 0

“The entire trip was exceptional. Everything was extremely well-scheduled and proceeded without a hitch. Special thanks to our Expedition Leader, Francis Kudumo, he was amazing in assuring everyone could spot the animals and experience

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Jaguars & Wildlife of Brazil’s Pantanal

Jaguars & Wildlife of Brazil’s Pantanal

Natural Habitat Adventures November 25, 2017 0

“The Jaguars & Wildlife of Brazil’s Pantanal was our third Natural Habitat trip, and it by far exceeded our expectations. The trip was just magical. From the start of the trip, the excitement built

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: The Colors of Fall

Wildlife Photo of the Week: The Colors of Fall

Kendal Bower November 24, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a chipmunk in Washington. Photographer Tim Nicol watched this little rodent perch

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Turkeys: Smart and—Perhaps—Beautiful Birds

Turkeys: Smart and—Perhaps—Beautiful Birds

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 23, 2017 0

Despite what you may have learned in elementary school, there were probably no turkeys at the first Thanksgiving. The written menu listed fowl, but this most likely meant ducks, goose, grouse, passenger pigeons, swans—or

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