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Gorilla Conservation Coffee

Gorilla Conservation Coffee

Natural Habitat Adventures October 2, 2017 0

Mountain gorillas are some of our closest relatives, sharing as much as 98 percent of our human genes. This remarkable similarity is part of what makes it so profound to spend an hour with

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Traveler Story: Ecuador & Galapagos

Traveler Story: Ecuador & Galapagos

Natural Habitat Adventures September 23, 2017 0

“We loved so many things that occurred during our visit to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, but I will share a few. Our first night aboard the Petrel, we moved from San Cristobal to

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The Scale of Greenland

The Scale of Greenland

Natural Habitat Adventures September 21, 2017 0

When I describe my Greenland adventure to friends and family, the thing I find most difficult to convey is the scale of Greenland. The general scale of the Earth is always sometimes that strikes

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The Highlight of a Botswana Safari

The Highlight of a Botswana Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures September 18, 2017 0

“It’s difficult to pick out a single highlight, as the entire Botswana safari was filled with highlights. But if I must choose, I’d say it was when we found the leopard late in the

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Finding Harmony with Alaskan Grizzly Bears

Finding Harmony with Alaskan Grizzly Bears

Natural Habitat Adventures September 16, 2017 0

Last fall, I traveled to Alaska in search of the world’s largest coastal grizzly bears, which roam freely in the remote reaches of Katmai National Park. One morning, after our small group patiently meandered

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Eclipsing Expectations: Totality in Yellowstone

Eclipsing Expectations: Totality in Yellowstone

Natural Habitat Adventures September 13, 2017 0

NHA Expedition Leader Aaron Bott recounts the magic of witnessing his first total solar eclipse while guiding a Nat Hab group of UCLA alumni in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. I knew that it

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