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Nat Hab’s Own Brad Josephs Stars in New Discovery Channel Program on Alaska’s Grizzly Bears

Nat Hab’s Own Brad Josephs Stars in New Discovery Channel Program on Alaska’s Grizzly Bears

Emily Deemer May 9, 2013 2

We are proud to announce that Nat Hab’s very own guide Brad Josephs will be starring in Discovery Channel’s “Great Bear Stakeout,” a two hour special about the vulnerable American grizzly bear population of

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“Badger” Bat Recently Rediscovered

“Badger” Bat Recently Rediscovered

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 18, 2013 8

With species going extinct so rapidly today, hearing that a new animal has been identified is welcome news. A bat that looks like a badger was recently discovered in the Republic of South Sudan,

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Video: Starling Murmuration Captured on Film in France

Video: Starling Murmuration Captured on Film in France

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 4, 2013 12

A lot of times when working with nature, what you manage to get on film is a happy accident. So it was for Neels Castillon, just a few months ago. While he and his

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New Video of a Rare Snow Leopard

New Video of a Rare Snow Leopard

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 21, 2013 19

Snow leopards are powerful and beautiful big cats, native to the mountains of central Asia. Insulated by thick hair and possessing wide, fur-covered feet that act as natural snowshoes, they are well adapted to

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Elk Win “Best of Show” at the International Wildlife Film Festival

Elk Win “Best of Show” at the International Wildlife Film Festival

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 7, 2013 9

Big yet graceful, elk (Cervus elaphus) are one of my favorite animals to spot in the wild. They are, in fact, the most abundant large mammal found in Yellowstone National Park, and paleontological evidence

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Rare Video: Wild Panda Eating Meat

Rare Video: Wild Panda Eating Meat

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 21, 2013 10

Giant pandas are among the world’s most uncommon and elusive animals. China’s State Forestry Administration estimates that there are only about 1,600 of them remaining in the wild, down from 2,500 in the 1970s.

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