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Video: Galapagos Diving, Blue-Footed Booby Style

Video: Galapagos Diving, Blue-Footed Booby Style

WWF April 12, 2017 0

Many travelers venture to the Galapagos in search of the famous blue-footed booby. I was no exception. I couldn’t wait to see the bright blue feet I’d only seen in photos. We spent the

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Together Possible: Uniting to Double the World’s Tigers

Together Possible: Uniting to Double the World’s Tigers

WWF April 5, 2017 0

Ninety-seven percent. In the last 100 years, tiger populations have declined that dramatically, from 100,000 to as few as 3,200 in the wild today. And it’s humans—through rampant poaching and habitat destruction—who are driving

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Five Surprising Things You Learn While Traveling in KAZA

Five Surprising Things You Learn While Traveling in KAZA

WWF March 29, 2017 0

After many years of writing for WWF and our efforts to create KAZA, a giant protected area spanning five countries in southern Africa, some might think there wouldn’t be anything left for me to

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Together Possible: Making a Difference for Peru’s Natural Treasures

Together Possible: Making a Difference for Peru’s Natural Treasures

WWF March 22, 2017 0

In order to protect natural places, people need to work together. No one group can solve the conservation challenges of the planet alone. Inspired by WWF’s new “Together Possible” mantra, this occasional series will

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Photo Diary: A Day in Cuba

Photo Diary: A Day in Cuba

WWF January 25, 2017 0

Isabelle Willson, a WWF staff member, joined Natural Habitat Adventures’ Undiscovered Cuba adventure, a Cuba People-to-People Exchange with a strong focus on its pristine wilderness areas and lively culture and recounts a typical day on

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10 things I learned in the Peruvian Amazon

10 things I learned in the Peruvian Amazon

WWF January 18, 2017 1

A photo essay based on Natural Habitat Adventure’s Great Amazon River Cruise in Peru. #1:  The next installment of Mad Max should be filmed in Iquitos Three-wheeled ‘tuc-tucs’ and other rolling contraptions dominate Iquitos

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