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Snorkeling the Mesoamerican Reef

Snorkeling the Mesoamerican Reef

Natural Habitat Adventures November 7, 2017 0

“As much as the trip was about swimming with whale sharks, the experience that will have the most lasting effect on me was snorkeling the Mesoamerican Reef. After swimming with whale sharks for two

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Rules of the Butterfly Kingdom

Rules of the Butterfly Kingdom

WWF September 13, 2017 0

The monarch butterfly has the most highly evolved migration pattern of any known species of butterfly. They travel between 1,200 and 2,800 miles from the United States and Canada to central Mexican forests. However,

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Be a Wildlife Naturalist During August’s Solar Eclipse

Be a Wildlife Naturalist During August’s Solar Eclipse

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 8, 2017 1

On Monday, August 21, 2017—for the first time in nearly a century—a total solar eclipse will cross the United States from coast to coast. A solar eclipse happens when a new moon moves between

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Traveler Story: Among the Great Whales

Traveler Story: Among the Great Whales

Natural Habitat Adventures July 10, 2017 0

“Trip of a lifetime, it’s not every day you get to pet a gray whale, or two. We saw four blue whales, hundreds of dolphins and dozens of humpback whales. The Nat Geo Sea

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Q-and-A: Mexico’s Kingdom of the Monarchs

Q-and-A: Mexico’s Kingdom of the Monarchs

WWF July 5, 2017 0

Of all migrations by small creatures, few are as astonishing as the one performed by the monarch butterfly. The embodiment of fragility, these insects travel between 1,200 and 2,800 miles or more between their starting

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Traveler Story: Monarch Butterfly Migration

Traveler Story: Monarch Butterfly Migration

Natural Habitat Adventures June 26, 2017 0

“The whole monarch butterfly tour was magical and most memorable, from start to finish. We had a small group of just 13 people, plus the two tour guides, so we had lots of opportunities

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