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New Zealand Builds Gyms for “Problem” Birds

New Zealand Builds Gyms for “Problem” Birds

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 27, 2018 3

In the United States, it often seems, there is only one method for dealing with “problem” animals. Whether it’s Canada geese, grizzly bears or wolves, our first impulse is to eradicate them. That’s not

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Could We Have Done More to Help Save the Northern White Rhino?

Could We Have Done More to Help Save the Northern White Rhino?

Ben Bressler March 26, 2018 0

During a recent coffee talk in our Boulder, Colorado office, a new Operations team member asked whether I had any regrets over the 30-plus years since I founded Nat Hab. “Besides wearing socks with

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Video: Oceans and Plastics Pollution

Video: Oceans and Plastics Pollution

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 15, 2018 3

Our oceans are sometimes referred to as our planet’s forgotten lungs. While forests—which usually get the credit for being the world’s “breathing” apparatus—do help maintain the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in our

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Fossil Finds and Penguin Packs: Final Frontiers Still Found on Earth

Fossil Finds and Penguin Packs: Final Frontiers Still Found on Earth

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 6, 2018 3

When you look at the immense footprints humans have left on this planet, it might lead you to conclude that we’ve trod, explored and exploited almost every inch of it; that there is nothing

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World Wildlife Day 2018—Big Cats: Predators Under Threat

World Wildlife Day 2018—Big Cats: Predators Under Threat

Natural Habitat Adventures March 3, 2018 0

Today is World Wildlife Day 2018, and this year’s international conservation event will be celebrated with the theme, “Big cats: predators under threat.” Although big cats are adored across the planet, these majestic predators

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Video: When Whales Walked

Video: When Whales Walked

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 1, 2018 2

In our imaginations, nothing symbolizes our seas more than whales. These bigger-than-life creatures imbue our oceans with life, with song and with majesty, mystery and myth. If anything else represents our oceans more, I

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