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An Amazing Day in Katmai

An Amazing Day in Katmai

WWF September 20, 2017 0

By Stephanie Lee, WWF As a life-long Alaskan, Katmai National Park has always held a magical place in my heart. It was a land of volcanoes, bears, salmon, and green mountains plunging towards the

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Rules of the Butterfly Kingdom

Rules of the Butterfly Kingdom

WWF September 13, 2017 0

The monarch butterfly has the most highly evolved migration pattern of any known species of butterfly. They travel between 1,200 and 2,800 miles from the United States and Canada to central Mexican forests. However,

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Video Blog: The Wilds of Borneo

Video Blog: The Wilds of Borneo

WWF September 6, 2017 0

WWF’s Kelley Ashford embarked on a trip to Borneo with Natural Habitat Adventures, where she was able to explore one of the most biologically diverse habitats on earth. This tropical rain forest is home to a

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Q-and-A: Guides of the Galapagos

Q-and-A: Guides of the Galapagos

WWF August 30, 2017 1

Travelers can be overwhelmed by the incredible wildlife and breathtaking vistas of the Galapagos Islands. WWF was curious to hear about the perspective from people who have experienced the “enchanted islands” for years as opposed to days.

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Photo Essay: Winter Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park

Photo Essay: Winter Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park

WWF August 23, 2017 0

By Mac Mirabile, WWF I recently returned from an unforgettable wolf photo safari trip in Yellowstone National Park. While wolves were certainly our main target each day, there were ample opportunities to photograph bison,

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Promising Rise in Jaguar Numbers in Argentina

Promising Rise in Jaguar Numbers in Argentina

WWF August 16, 2017 2

The Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina (FVSA), the country representative of WWF in Argentina, recently celebrated the increase of the jaguar population in Misiones, a province located in the northeastern corner of Argentina. New figures

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