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Wolves & Winter Wildlife of Yellowstone

Wolves & Winter Wildlife of Yellowstone

Chris Kassar September 25, 2017 0

Three wolf pups with freakishly large paws roll around in a furry pile while adults sleep peacefully nearby. Wolf pack members tear apart a bloody elk carcass with calculated precision. A young male sheepishly

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Traveler Story: Ecuador & Galapagos

Traveler Story: Ecuador & Galapagos

Natural Habitat Adventures September 23, 2017 0

“We loved so many things that occurred during our visit to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, but I will share a few. Our first night aboard the Petrel, we moved from San Cristobal to

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: It’s Mine

Wildlife Photo of the Week: It’s Mine

Kendal Bower September 22, 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 scene out of Japan. Photographer Leigh Lofgren was visiting Hokkaido when she

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The Scale of Greenland

The Scale of Greenland

Natural Habitat Adventures September 21, 2017 0

When I describe my Greenland adventure to friends and family, the thing I find most difficult to convey is the scale of Greenland. The general scale of the Earth is always sometimes that strikes

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An Amazing Day in Katmai

An Amazing Day in Katmai

WWF September 20, 2017 0

As a life-long Alaskan, Katmai National Park has always held a magical place in my heart. It was a land of volcanoes, bears, salmon, and green mountains plunging towards the sea. This summer, I

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Study Shows That Mountain Lions Fear the Sound of Human Voices

Study Shows That Mountain Lions Fear the Sound of Human Voices

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 19, 2017 5

The largest wild cat in North America, the mountain lion—also known as a catamount, cougar, panther and puma—has powerful limbs and can leap as high as 15 feet and as far as 40 feet.

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