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The Peruvian Amazon: Land of Abundance

The Peruvian Amazon: Land of Abundance

WWF April 1, 2018 0

The Peruvian Amazon is home to many biologically diverse ecosystems, including an array of freshwater fish, butterflies, birds, mammals and reptiles. Its extensive tree coverage—nearly 260,000 square miles—makes it one of the world’s largest

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Traveler Story: Ethiopia Safari

Traveler Story: Ethiopia Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures March 31, 2018 0

“Thoroughly enjoyed the trip with John Mittan. Found the heights challenging but the thrill of being up there in the wild to view the ibex, gelada monkeys, Ethiopian wolves, and more made it a

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Quetzal

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Quetzal

Kendal Bower March 30, 2018 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a quetzal in Costa Rica. Photographer Ling Yoong saw this breathtaking bird

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Videos: I Suck; You Probably Do, Too

Videos: I Suck; You Probably Do, Too

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 29, 2018 1

Plastics were originally invented to save animals. Let that fact sink in for a moment because it’s sadly ironic. Today, plastic plays a large part in killing them. It seems to have all started

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Announcing Visit Peru’s Naturally Amazing Peru Sweepstakes!

Announcing Visit Peru’s Naturally Amazing Peru Sweepstakes!

WWF March 28, 2018 0

Visiting the Amazon rain forest is a rare trip of a lifetime for most, and if this is a destination that you’ve been dreamed about visiting, enter Visit Peru’s Naturally Amazing Peru Sweepstakes, where

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New Zealand Builds Gyms for “Problem” Birds

New Zealand Builds Gyms for “Problem” Birds

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 27, 2018 3

In the United States, it often seems, there is only one method for dealing with “problem” animals. Whether it’s Canada geese, grizzly bears or wolves, our first impulse is to eradicate them. That’s not

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