One hundred and eleven years ago, the American Antiquities Act of 1906 was passed. It authorizes the president to designate federally managed lands as national monuments in order to conserve important archaeological, historic andRead More »
Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals: Powerful Protections or Paper Tigers?
From the tiny monarch butterfly to the immense wildebeest of Africa, many of the world’s animal species take on great migrations. Those epic travels may involve seasonal journeys of thousands of miles, traversing multipleRead More »
The Amazon river dolphin isn’t the easier creature to photograph, especially in the murky, brown waters of the Amazon. When our guide spotted them as we glided by the village of Requena along theRead More »
A New Zealand Travel Tale brought to you by Valerie Wimberley, Air Travel Specialist at Nat Hab There are many reasons people travel to New Zealand. It is a stunningly beautiful country with soaringRead More »
Drones. The word conjures up reconnaissance missions and surveillance—even, perhaps, missiles and bombs. Like something out of a science fiction novel, these unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS) are controlled either by “pilots” from the groundRead More »
Reprinted with permission from the WWF Travel Blog Last year, World Wildlife Fund’s Heather Finn and Kristina Griffin traveled to the Galapagos Islands for the first time. Heather works as Manager of Digital User Experience, andRead More »