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It Ain’t Over Till You’re Off The Rover

It Ain’t Over Till You’re Off The Rover

Natural Habitat Adventures November 13, 2017 0

Our first night out on the Churchill tundra got us feeling some sort of lucky. Within 10 minutes of driving, we spotted a mother polar bear and cubs off in the distance. Polar bears

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Hurry Up and Wait

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Hurry Up and Wait

Kendal Bower October 6, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a polar bear relaxing in Canada. Photographer Daric deMeulles was in a Polar

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African Wild Dogs Are the First Heat-Adapted Species Shown to Be Suffering from Climate Change

African Wild Dogs Are the First Heat-Adapted Species Shown to Be Suffering from Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 22, 2017 1

Polar bears struggling to find the ice floes they need for hunting and survival became the icon of climate change and our rapidly warming planet decades ago. And we’ve often heard how hotter temperatures

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A Different World in the Polar Bear Capital

A Different World in the Polar Bear Capital

Natural Habitat Adventures May 22, 2017 0

What fascinates me most about traveling is experiencing a completely different way of life in other cultures. Different food, different climates, different ideas of what’s “normal.” On my Classic Polar Bear Adventure in Manitoba,

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Fighting for Monuments, Refuges and Water—Again and Again

Fighting for Monuments, Refuges and Water—Again and Again

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 9, 2017 1

Once a national monument is designated to conserve a landscape and its cultural history, once a natural habitat is legally protected to save wildlife, or once an oil pipeline is stayed to safeguard a

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Polar Bears — Fun Facts for Kids!

Polar Bears — Fun Facts for Kids!

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl March 27, 2017 0

Polar bears, the great white kings of the North, live in the colder regions of the Arctic and subarctic tundra, and they can be seen firsthand in places like Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Every fall,

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