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Polar Bear Photos – What’s Your Favorite?

Polar Bear Photos – What’s Your Favorite?

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl January 30, 2017 1

Meet “The King of the Arctic,” the mighty polar bear—in photos and on a Tundra Lodge Photography Expedition! At Natural Habitat Adventures, we believe that experiencing these majestic, yet severely threatened, animals in the

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Rent a Wild Animal in Australia: A Conservation Innovation?

Rent a Wild Animal in Australia: A Conservation Innovation?

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 17, 2017 4

Allowing wildlife—a public resource—to be transferred into the hands of private operations isn’t a new idea. Many U.S. states allow the practice to generate income in economically stressed areas. Now, however, some Australian conservationists

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Science-Based Conservation under Attack in 2017

Science-Based Conservation under Attack in 2017

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 3, 2017 12

We’ve closed the books on 2016. It’s natural to want to assess the past year, now that we’ve made it through to the end. In the past 12 months, there has been some significant,

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Go Tell a Polar Bear How Much of the Arctic You’re Melting!

Go Tell a Polar Bear How Much of the Arctic You’re Melting!

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl December 29, 2016 0

Scientists can now measure individuals’ direct contributions to global climate change—and the results are staggering. According to a recent paper published in the journal Science (yes, that’s “science”), lead author Dirk Notz calculates that

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Celebrating Good News for Endangered Species in 2016

Celebrating Good News for Endangered Species in 2016

Wendy Redal December 19, 2016 0

During the holiday season, we come together across lands, faiths and cultures to celebrate the persistence of light in the darkness. And we at Natural Habitat Adventures are especially happy to share some good

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New Technology Helps Catch Poachers in Africa

New Technology Helps Catch Poachers in Africa

Tania Curry December 14, 2016 0

Earlier this year, WWF installed two systems in a protected area in central Kenya where endangered white and black rhino roam along with poachers. Nine months later, this investment is paying off. More than two

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