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Diesel—Dead Twice | Olaf’s Corner

Diesel—Dead Twice | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver May 14, 2018 0

It became impossible to keep the heavy sled straight on the newly frozen river. The 13 panting Greenland huskies in front of us repeatedly veered off to the side of the steep canyon, causing

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Awestruck: Breathtaking Encounters in Churchill

Awestruck: Breathtaking Encounters in Churchill

Natural Habitat Adventures May 12, 2018 0

As a new member of Nat Hab, I was initially nervous when I set out on my journey to Churchill, Canada—the Polar Bear Capital of the World. The excitement of experiencing one of the

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Reflections on the Birds of Botswana

Reflections on the Birds of Botswana

WWF May 9, 2018 0

While I’m not a hardcore birder—I don’t routinely wake at the crack of dawn to spend time with our feathered friends—I always enjoy getting to know a region’s bird life. Admittedly, I was attracted

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My World Travel Companion, Fred | Olaf’s Corner

My World Travel Companion, Fred | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver May 3, 2018 0

There is an interesting photograph hanging in our hallway that reminds me of a very special traveling companion named Fred. The wooden-framed picture shows a little Buddhist boy crouched on a stone window sill

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7 Reasons Why You Should Make Namibia Your Next Destination!

7 Reasons Why You Should Make Namibia Your Next Destination!

WWF May 2, 2018 0

Reason 1: Scenery To say that the landscapes of Namibia are breathtaking is an understatement. There is no better way to grasp that than to soar high in a hot-air balloon above Little Kulala

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Under the Aurora in Churchill

Under the Aurora in Churchill

Natural Habitat Adventures April 30, 2018 0

When I first found out that I was going to make the trip to the subarctic tundra of Manitoba, Canada, I didn’t know what to think. I didn’t know what to expect. All I

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