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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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FAQ: The Northern Lights

FAQ: The Northern Lights

WWF July 19, 2017 0

At some point in our lives, each of us has either heard stories about or seen images of dancing lights in the far north of our planet. Undoubtedly, this spectacle is beautiful, but what

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10 Travel Tips that Are Good for Conservation

10 Travel Tips that Are Good for Conservation

Elissa Poma June 28, 2017 2

They criss-cross the globe in an effort to protect the planet’s wild places, so WWF staffers know how to travel responsibly. Here are 10 conservation-minded travel tips from members of our team. “Keep your

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Six Quick Facts About Grand Teton National Park

Six Quick Facts About Grand Teton National Park

Chris Kassar March 20, 2017 3

Grand Teton National Park supports a rich array of wildlife and stunning scenery, including the iconic, rugged mountain range that gives the park its name. Sometimes overlooked due to its proximity to Yellowstone National

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How to Pack for a Polar Bear Adventure

How to Pack for a Polar Bear Adventure

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl March 9, 2017 0

Well, I actually mean how to pack to go on one of the world’s most amazing adventures: to see wild polar bears up close and personal. Here are five essential items to pack for

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