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Top 5 African Hiking Adventures to Try in Your Lifetime

Top 5 African Hiking Adventures to Try in Your Lifetime

Natural Habitat Adventures November 18, 2017 0

When planning hiking adventures, people in many parts of the world tend to forget about African destinations. As the world’s second-largest continent, however, it should come as no surprise that some of the most

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It Ain’t Over Till You’re Off The Rover

It Ain’t Over Till You’re Off The Rover

Natural Habitat Adventures November 13, 2017 0

Our first night out on the Churchill tundra got us feeling some sort of lucky. Within 10 minutes of driving, we spotted a mother polar bear and cubs off in the distance. Polar bears

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Traveler Edition: Tips for Protecting Sea Turtles & Their Nesting Sites

Traveler Edition: Tips for Protecting Sea Turtles & Their Nesting Sites

WWF November 8, 2017 0

Conservation efforts from around the world have contributed to the recent rise in sea turtle populations. Protecting beaches, regulating fishing, and the development of protected areas have played a large role in preserving the

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Be Informed. Buy Informed.

Be Informed. Buy Informed.

WWF November 1, 2017 0

Last year, the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance (USWTA), a global coalition focused on reducing illegal wildlife products sold in the United States, announced several new partners from the Travel & Tourism industry, including Natural Habitat

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Wolves & Winter Wildlife of Yellowstone

Wolves & Winter Wildlife of Yellowstone

Chris Kassar September 25, 2017 0

Three wolf pups with freakishly large paws roll around in a furry pile while adults sleep peacefully nearby. Wolf pack members tear apart a bloody elk carcass with calculated precision. A young male sheepishly

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Rules of the Butterfly Kingdom

Rules of the Butterfly Kingdom

WWF September 13, 2017 0

The monarch butterfly has the most highly evolved migration pattern of any known species of butterfly. They travel between 1,200 and 2,800 miles from the United States and Canada to central Mexican forests. However,

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