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Can National Parks Survive Our Behavior for Another Century?

Can National Parks Survive Our Behavior for Another Century?

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 15, 2016 2

This was a banner year for our national parks. In 2016, we celebrated 100 years of America’s “best idea,” to quote environmentalist and nature writer Wallace Stegner. Many of us flocked to our national

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Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Exceeds Scientific Predictions

Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Exceeds Scientific Predictions

Natural Habitat Adventures November 7, 2016 Comments Off on Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Exceeds Scientific Predictions

Greenland has become the global symbol of climate change. From polar bears stranded on flimsy floating ice slabs to shocking time lapse photos of glaciers melting to “before”/”after” images showing rapidly receding glacial lines.

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Nat Hab Builds a New Trail for the Colorado Community

Nat Hab Builds a New Trail for the Colorado Community

Nick Grossman October 29, 2016 Comments Off on Nat Hab Builds a New Trail for the Colorado Community

Supporting local communities and caring for the environment is part of our DNA at Natural Habitat Adventures. As “The Nature People,” our staff is committed to community initiatives that promote the responsible stewardship of

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Bushmeat and Locavores: When “Eating Locally” Goes Bad for Going Big

Bushmeat and Locavores: When “Eating Locally” Goes Bad for Going Big

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 25, 2016 Comments Off on Bushmeat and Locavores: When “Eating Locally” Goes Bad for Going Big

Becoming a locavore—someone who prefers to find and eat local foods—is a growing and, in most cases, healthy trend in the United States. Locavores typically forage for berries, fruits, mushrooms and nuts; and some

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Privatizing Wildlife: Dangerous Trend or Economic Necessity?

Privatizing Wildlife: Dangerous Trend or Economic Necessity?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 18, 2016 1

Fall in Wisconsin, where I live, is colorful. Leaves in our forests turn vivid purple, red and yellow; and deer hunters in our woods dress in vivid orange. As in many places, there is

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Forever Killing Wolves

Forever Killing Wolves

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 4, 2016 10

This is the dirty fact I’ve come to recognize: we humans won’t allow wolves to live on our planet. We won’t stop until the last one of them is gone. If you don’t believe

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