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Yellowstone’s Premier Wolf Guide

Yellowstone’s Premier Wolf Guide

Natural Habitat Adventures August 15, 2016 Comments Off on Yellowstone’s Premier Wolf Guide

Growing up just outside New York City in Montclair, New Jersey, Paul Brown wasn’t a likely candidate to build a career around the wolves of Yellowstone. He didn’t even lay eyes on the American

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Five reasons you’ll love traveling in KAZA during green season  (and three reasons why some people might not)

Five reasons you’ll love traveling in KAZA during green season (and three reasons why some people might not)

WWF July 20, 2016 Comments Off on Five reasons you’ll love traveling in KAZA during green season (and three reasons why some people might not)

Southern Africa’s “green season” (December – April) is the off season for tourist travel—which makes it a great reason to visit then, as I recently discovered on Natural Habitat Adventure’s trip Botswana: Kalahari, the

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Elephant Grand Central Station | Olaf’s Corner

Elephant Grand Central Station | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver July 8, 2016 Comments Off on Elephant Grand Central Station | Olaf’s Corner

In the wildlife drama that is a Botswana safari, this looked like a virtual demolition zone. We had just stepped out of our kayaks, scouting for an optimal place to camp. Looking around, we

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Nat Hab Sponsors 2nd-ever Release of Endangered Sun Bear into the Wild

Nat Hab Sponsors 2nd-ever Release of Endangered Sun Bear into the Wild

Nick Grossman June 30, 2016 Comments Off on Nat Hab Sponsors 2nd-ever Release of Endangered Sun Bear into the Wild

This summer, the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Center (BSBCC) in Sabah, Malaysia, will release an endangered sun bear back into the wild for the second time in history. Natural Habitat Adventures is proud to

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Nature is worth protecting

Nature is worth protecting

WWF June 29, 2016 4

Remember when you were young? Did you play outside? Did you explore? World Wildlife Fund and Natural Habitat Adventures have teamed up with Maser Films, Pongo Media and King Tide Motion Pictures to ask these

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Monarch Butterflies are Making a Rebound

Monarch Butterflies are Making a Rebound

Court Whelan, Ph.D. May 20, 2016 4

Newsworthy, noteworthy, and utterly fascinating. Monarch butterflies routinely make the news—for good reason. The migration of the monarch butterfly is considered by scientists a unique phenomenon, and one of the largest animal migrations on

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