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Video: Google Glass Aids Rhino Conservation Groundwork

Video: Google Glass Aids Rhino Conservation Groundwork

WWF April 25, 2014 0

WWF has actively been looking at how technology is transforming conservation. As a Google Glass Explorer,  WWF has started to test Field Notes, a tool biologists can use to record field data hands-free. Watch

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How Travel Can Promote Conservation

How Travel Can Promote Conservation

WWF April 16, 2014 0

By Jim Sano, VP Travel, Tourism and Conservation, WWF-US This article was originally published in the January 2014 edition of WWF’s Global Arctic Program quarterly newsletter. I’m often asked by WWF colleagues whether we

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Botswana’s Green Season vs. Dry Season: When to Go?

Botswana’s Green Season vs. Dry Season: When to Go?

WWF March 31, 2014 3

By Marsea Nelson, Guest Blogger Botswana’s dry season—occurring June through September—is traditionally the most popular time to visit the southern Africa nation. Animals are plentiful and easily seen, and the weather is usually pleasant.

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Help Stop Wildlife Crime: How to Buy Environmentally Friendly Souvenirs

Help Stop Wildlife Crime: How to Buy Environmentally Friendly Souvenirs

WWF March 16, 2014 1

As a traveler, you have tremendous power to decrease the demand for illegal products by making informed purchases. Your purchases abroad and at home have a profound impact on wildlife. Demand for illegal products

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A Thirst for Adventure in Botswana

A Thirst for Adventure in Botswana

WWF March 12, 2014 0

In light of NHA Guide Thuto Moutloatse being named Best Safari Guide by Outside Magazine, we are sharing this story from WWF Board Member Emeritus Gordon Orians about his adventure with Thuto in Botswana. We flew

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Ten Interesting Facts about Iguacu Falls

Ten Interesting Facts about Iguacu Falls

WWF March 8, 2014 0

Lying on the border of Brazil and Argentina, Iguacu Falls was born millions of years ago, likely the result of a volcanic eruption and from the slow but steady movement of tectonic plates. It was simply

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