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Keeping It Local: Nat Hab Fallfest 2017

Keeping It Local: Nat Hab Fallfest 2017

Natural Habitat Adventures October 16, 2017 0

On the last weekend of September, the cottonwoods along Colorado’s Arkansas River were in full fall glory, burnished gold against the cobalt blue sky and snow-dusted peaks of the Collegiate Range. It was the

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The Disappearing Glaciers of Glacier National Park

The Disappearing Glaciers of Glacier National Park

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 26, 2017 3

Glacier National Park is smack-dab in the center of the breathtaking Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, which spans 10 million acres on either side of the U.S.-Canada border. Alpine meadows, grizzly bears, mountain goats, wildflowers

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Introducing Nat Hab & WWF’s 2018 Catalog of the World’s Greatest Nature Journeys

Introducing Nat Hab & WWF’s 2018 Catalog of the World’s Greatest Nature Journeys

Natural Habitat Adventures September 4, 2017 0

Fresh Off the Press! I returned to beloved Vancouver, British Columbia, last month for the printing of the 2018 Catalog of World’s Greatest Nature Journeys for Natural Habitat Adventures and World Wildlife Fund. This

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99 Percent of Us Want Our National Parks and Monuments Protected, but Downsizing Looms

99 Percent of Us Want Our National Parks and Monuments Protected, but Downsizing Looms

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 29, 2017 1

In quiet places, we yearn for absolution. But peace swiftly flees. It’s not surprising that 99.2 percent of us want our national parks and monuments to continue to stand—or even grow—in their current sizes

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#NatHabEclipse Photo Roundup

#NatHabEclipse Photo Roundup

Natural Habitat Adventures August 24, 2017 1

Nat Hab staff had a stellar time watching the solar eclipse at our Boulder, Colorado headquarters. The fun continued as your photo submissions to the #NatHabEclipse hashtag contest rolled in! Big thanks to all who

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African Wild Dogs Are the First Heat-Adapted Species Shown to Be Suffering from Climate Change

African Wild Dogs Are the First Heat-Adapted Species Shown to Be Suffering from Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 22, 2017 1

Polar bears struggling to find the ice floes they need for hunting and survival became the icon of climate change and our rapidly warming planet decades ago. And we’ve often heard how hotter temperatures

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