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Visiting the Galapagos? Don’t Forget to Look Down.

Visiting the Galapagos? Don’t Forget to Look Down.

WWF March 7, 2018 0

When you finally land in the Galapagos Islands, your eye is immediately drawn up and out. Up to the sky, to see the many birds soaring and whizzing past—was that a Nazca boobie? Was

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Botswana’s Okavango Delta: The Beating Heart of KAZA

Botswana’s Okavango Delta: The Beating Heart of KAZA

WWF February 28, 2018 0

Our Cessna was 5 minutes north of Maun, Botswana, when the landscape changed dramatically. Gone was the dry savanna scrub that had defined the Kalahari and so much of Botswana. In its place were

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Five Highlights from Costa Rica

Five Highlights from Costa Rica

WWF February 21, 2018 0

Jonathan Cass, Manager of Peer to Peer Funding at WWF, joined a group of travelers on the Natural Jewels of Costa Rica trip. Here are the five biggest highlights from his nature escape to Costa Rica.

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One Day in the Galápagos Islands 

One Day in the Galápagos Islands 

WWF February 14, 2018 0

First, whales.   On a morning in September, we woke up earlier than usual. We had been navigating overnight towards Isla Bartholomea and our guides, Roberto and Giancarlo, had prepared us for the possibility of whale sightings in the

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The Skeleton Coast, Namibia

The Skeleton Coast, Namibia

WWF February 7, 2018 0

Few tourists have ever ventured here. It is a place famous for whale bones, lions, fur seals, and ship wrecks. The Skeleton Coast is unusually beautiful and getting there is the adventure of a

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Churchill – The Challenges of Climate Change and Remote Living

Churchill – The Challenges of Climate Change and Remote Living

WWF January 10, 2018 0

The arctic tundra was beautiful, especially in the early morning as the sun rose.  It sparkled and glittered in icy cold magic.  As each day progressed, it got colder and more frozen.  The wildlife

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