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Consider “Going Green” – Travel During Botswana’s Rainy Season

Consider “Going Green” – Travel During Botswana’s Rainy Season

WWF May 11, 2016 0

It was our second day out driving in our open-air jeep in Botswana’s Kalahari Game Reserve when the raindrops started to fall. As we’d headed out that afternoon, the sky above us looked bright

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12 Conservation Success Stories of 2015

12 Conservation Success Stories of 2015

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 29, 2015 1

Last night, I watched a movie titled Merchants of Doubt. In this 2014 film, director and producer Robert Kenner lets us in on a secret that’s hiding in plain sight: there is a small—but

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Finalists Of The 2014 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Competition Will Take Your Breath Away

Finalists Of The 2014 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Competition Will Take Your Breath Away

Chris Miller July 21, 2014 0

London’s Natural History Museum and BBC have joined together in sponsoring the annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Fifty finalists have recently been released, out of the over 41,000 total entries. Here are

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Slideshow: The Beauty of Botswana’s Green Season

Slideshow: The Beauty of Botswana’s Green Season

Emily Deemer April 13, 2014 0

Last month’s post “Botswana’s Green Season vs. Dry Season: When to Go?” was so popular, we wanted to show you what the “green season” looks like with some spectacular Botswana photos. Last year, Nat

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A New Refuge for the World’s Rarest Cat

A New Refuge for the World’s Rarest Cat

Lisa Poppleton July 12, 2012 0

Only 30-35 Amur leopards remain in the wild.  Through establishment of a new national park in the Russian Far East, The Land of the Leopard, the World Wildlife Fund and its partners have joined

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Why a Great Safari Guide Makes All the Difference

Why a Great Safari Guide Makes All the Difference

Wendy Redal June 27, 2011 1

As afternoon edged toward sunset in Botswana’s Moremi Game Reserve, our guide slowed the Land Rover to a halt as he studied the ground on the side of the sandy track. “There’s a leopard

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