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In Mexico: A Sanctuary for Gray Whales

In Mexico: A Sanctuary for Gray Whales

WWF May 11, 2017 0

One of the largest mammals on earth, gray whales intrigue us not only by their size but with also their actions. They exude peace and gracefulness. The depths of the oceans and lagoons are

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Fighting for Monuments, Refuges and Water—Again and Again

Fighting for Monuments, Refuges and Water—Again and Again

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 9, 2017 1

Once a national monument is designated to conserve a landscape and its cultural history, once a natural habitat is legally protected to save wildlife, or once an oil pipeline is stayed to safeguard a

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Alaska in July or August: When to Go?

Alaska in July or August: When to Go?

WWF May 3, 2017 0

On the surface it seems like a trivial question, one that simply requires reviewing your summer schedule. However, an experience in Katmai National Park & Preserve varies widely from one month to the next

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White, Wild Animals and Why Difference Shouldn’t Be Wrong

White, Wild Animals and Why Difference Shouldn’t Be Wrong

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 2, 2017 2

A framed photo that hung on a wall of my grandfather’s large dining room is one of my earliest memories. Sepia-toned, it depicted a herd of deer, taken in Wisconsin’s Northwoods, near Boulder Junction.

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The World’s Greatest Tiger Destination—In Photos

The World’s Greatest Tiger Destination—In Photos

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl May 1, 2017 0

The Indian subcontinent is one of the world’s most stimulating travel destinations. While its mélange of human cultures has long drawn the attention of global travelers, its spectrum of wild habitats rich with exotic

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Botswana Safari Surprises Travelers with Rare Leopard Sighting

Botswana Safari Surprises Travelers with Rare Leopard Sighting

WWF April 26, 2017 0

WWF Senior Writer, Deborah Ackerman had a rare and thrilling sight while accompanying a Nat Hab trip through Botswana, a mother leopard hiding two of her young cubs. Below is a photo essay and

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