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Asian Countries Pledge to Double Tiger Population

Asian Countries Pledge to Double Tiger Population

James Dziezynski January 29, 2010 0

A small ray of hope has given Asia’s dwindling tiger population a chance at recovering their numbers. A 13 country coalition has pledged to double the current paltry number of tigers in the wild

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Saving Coca Cola’s Adorable Polar Bears

Saving Coca Cola’s Adorable Polar Bears

Megan Koelemay December 23, 2009 0

Remember those cheerful Coca Cola commercials with the cute polar bears? The global soft drink company is now working to save the very environment they advertise

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The Inventor Wore Feathers: Animal Designers

The Inventor Wore Feathers: Animal Designers

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 6, 2009 14

Dogs never lie. I suspect it’s because they have tails. Happy or sad, a canine instantly communicates his feelings by the aspect of his tail. I’ve often wondered why we don’t invent such a

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Interview with Ben Bressler, Founder of Natural Habitat Adventures

Interview with Ben Bressler, Founder of Natural Habitat Adventures

James Dziezynski October 15, 2009 2

Recently, NHA’s founder and director Ben Bressler was interviewed by writer Everett Potter. Here’s what he had to say:   If you’ve ever contemplated an adventure trip with “nature” as the keyword, you’ve probably come

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A Suitcase Full of Trouble

A Suitcase Full of Trouble

Elissa Poma October 5, 2009 0

World Wildlife Fund’s podcast series, “Wild Things,” normally take listeners to rain forests, mountaintops and other far-flung field sites. But in the most recent edition, former National Public Radio correspondent John Nielsen unlocks a

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Behind the Lens: Preparing to Take Photos on a Wildlife Tour

Behind the Lens: Preparing to Take Photos on a Wildlife Tour

Elissa Poma September 21, 2009 1

This is the first in an occasional series about nature and wildlife photography. One of the biggest shames that professional photographer Steven Morello sees time and time again on nature tours is a traveler forgetting—accidentally

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