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Nat Hab & WWF Announce the World’s First Zero Waste Adventure

Nat Hab & WWF Announce the World’s First Zero Waste Adventure

Natural Habitat Adventures October 31, 2018 3

The average American produces 4.4 pounds of trash per day, and this consumer behavior pattern typically continues while travelers are on vacation throughout the U.S. and around the globe. All of this garbage (and

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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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The Future of Wildlife is in Our Hands

The Future of Wildlife is in Our Hands

Tania Curry March 1, 2016 2

March 3rd was proclaimed as World Wildlife Day by the United Nations General Assembly three years ago to raise awareness of key issues facing our world’s free-roaming species and their habitat. This year’s theme,

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Ecotourism: Here’s the Story on Sustainable Travel

Ecotourism: Here’s the Story on Sustainable Travel

Natural Habitat Adventures June 15, 2015 0

This is a guest post by Anne-Marie Pritchett, a freelance writer, storyteller and idea girl who has lived in six states and two countries. She has a great passion for sustainability and dancing in

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Searching for High Life along the Amazon River

Searching for High Life along the Amazon River

Tania Curry June 3, 2015 0

Life in the Amazon flows like café con leche: creamy and smooth, masking the electric life underneath. The Amazon River is a cup that you want to share with a friend. The caffeinated, energetic

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My Week with Polar Bears

My Week with Polar Bears

Natural Habitat Adventures November 24, 2014 Comments Off on My Week with Polar Bears

This is a guest post by Alicia Smith, Programs Marketing Manager at World Nomads.  Alicia recently returned from a polar bear tour with Nat Hab and WWF. Walking home from dinner I have never

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