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The Fierce Passion of Georgians

The Fierce Passion of Georgians

Natural Habitat Adventures September 22, 2009 1

This travel tale was written by Don Martinson, Nat Hab’s Director of Travel Industry Relations Having just returned from a 2 week trek in the Caucasus Mountains of the Republic of Georgia – known

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Gulf Sea Turtles Gain Protection with New Fishing Regs

Gulf Sea Turtles Gain Protection with New Fishing Regs

Wendy Redal September 4, 2009 0

Marine turtles are among the world’s most threatened, but one piece of good news has emerged for loggerhead turtles in the Gulf of Mexico

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A Photo Made Me Do It

A Photo Made Me Do It

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 2, 2009 9

I once traveled 5,500 miles from home because of a photograph. I saw it by chance one late fall afternoon, while skimming through a tour-company catalog that had just arrived in my mailbox. Walking

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Traveling with My Brother the Lawyer | Ben’s Musings

Traveling with My Brother the Lawyer | Ben’s Musings

Ben Bressler August 27, 2009 0

Hi Folks, I travel a lot. Makes quite a bit of sense given my occupation, right? My brother, on the other hand, is a lawyer in New York City which does not permit him

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Why We Travel

Why We Travel

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 3, 2009 9

Ask anyone who travels why he or she does it, and you’ll get answers that usually revolve around the theme of seeing something new or experiencing something different. I think I travel for the

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Q&A: Encounters with Wildlife on Galapagos Islands

Q&A: Encounters with Wildlife on Galapagos Islands

Megan Koelemay July 31, 2009 0

Eunice Park, a member of World Wildlife Fund's communications team, visited the Galápagos Islands recently, when the Baltra Island fuel-handling facility received its environmental certification. Here is Eunice's take on this otherworldly wildlife destination

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