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More Pandas on New China Itinerary

More Pandas on New China Itinerary

WWF July 16, 2014 0

At WWF, it should come as no surprise that we take pandas seriously. Their image has been synonymous with our organization since its inception in 1961. They’re also endangered—threatened by forest destruction and hunting.

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Top 10 Photography Tips for Cold Conditions

Top 10 Photography Tips for Cold Conditions

WWF July 7, 2014 7

It’s hard to believe that Elisabeth Kruger, an Arctic and Bering Sea program officer for WWF, once had a career in theater, specifically lighting design. Her interest in lighting attracted her to photography and,

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Seven Animals to See in Uganda and Rwanda Besides Gorillas

Seven Animals to See in Uganda and Rwanda Besides Gorillas

WWF June 29, 2014 1

There’s no question: Seeing mountain gorillas in the forests of Uganda and Rwanda is, for many wildlife enthusiasts, the apex of their globe-trotting adventures. But that’s not the whole story for the two African

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Just In: WWF Program Officer to Join One of Our Polar Bear Tours this November

Just In: WWF Program Officer to Join One of Our Polar Bear Tours this November

WWF June 23, 2014 0

We are thrilled to announce that WWF program officer Elisabeth Kruger will be joining our November 10 – 16 Classic Polar Bear Photo Adventure this winter. Kruger is part of WWF’s Arctic and Bering

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Ten Facts about the African Wild Dog

Ten Facts about the African Wild Dog

WWF June 18, 2014 7

Painted wolf is the meaning behind the African wild dog’s scientific name. But even with such a regal sounding name, these wild dogs don’t get as much respect as they should. Once found throughout sub-Saharan Africa

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Embarking on a Career in Conservation

Embarking on a Career in Conservation

WWF June 11, 2014 0

I didn’t expect to embark on a career in conservation. The idea once made me picture wading in marshes clad with binoculars and a birding vest. Now, working for WWF in Laos has changed

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