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Lend a Hand for Public Lands this Saturday!

Lend a Hand for Public Lands this Saturday!

Wendy Redal September 23, 2010 0

National Public Lands Day is Sat., Sept. 25! Volunteer to help spruce up a small piece of the shared spaces we all love so much. Read on, and find a city or county park,

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Choosing the Right Tour Operator: 6 Questions to Ask

Choosing the Right Tour Operator: 6 Questions to Ask

Wendy Redal September 7, 2010 0

If you’re reading Good Nature, chances are you are a traveler who cares about the Earth and its inhabitants, both animal and human. As a traveler, you hold a very privileged position in the

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Best Way to See the Galapagos? Gently and Up Close

Best Way to See the Galapagos? Gently and Up Close

Wendy Redal August 30, 2010 2

It’s a quandary that often faces travelers to ecologically fragile destinations: tourism can do wonders to raise awareness about the importance of conservation, yet  visitors may question whether their very presence is contributing to

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Care About Greener Travel? Make Your Views Heard!

Care About Greener Travel? Make Your Views Heard!

Wendy Redal August 26, 2010 0

If you’re familiar with Natural Habitat Adventures, you know we are a global leader in ecotourism. World Wildlife Fund has designated us as their exclusive Conservation Travel Provider, and we have also been selected

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Happy Birthday, Global Warming

Happy Birthday, Global Warming

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 16, 2010 18

Happy 35th, global warming. No, I’m not implying that the earth started to warm up just 35 years ago, but that this month marks the birthday of the two-word term. On August 8, 1975,

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Biodiversity, By Design

Biodiversity, By Design

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 30, 2010 19

We humans have drained half the world’s wetlands and fully exploited or overexploited 75 percent of its fishing grounds. There are other sobering statistics our behavior has caused: every day, 130 species of plants

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