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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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Could We Have Done More to Help Save the Northern White Rhino?

Could We Have Done More to Help Save the Northern White Rhino?

Ben Bressler March 26, 2018 0

During a recent coffee talk in our Boulder, Colorado office, a new Operations team member asked whether I had any regrets over the 30-plus years since I founded Nat Hab. “Besides wearing socks with

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Traveler Story: Swimming with Mexico’s Whale Sharks

Traveler Story: Swimming with Mexico’s Whale Sharks

Natural Habitat Adventures March 26, 2018 3

“I recently returned from Nat Hab’s Swimming with Mexico’s Whale Sharks excursion. Until I visited this Caribbean paradise, I had no idea that sea and sky could simultaneously produce so many shades of blue!

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Traveler Stories: South Africa & Botswana Safari

Traveler Stories: South Africa & Botswana Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures March 24, 2018 0

Planning an African photo safari can be complicated—choosing which countries to visit, finding the best wildlife parks and nature reserves in each destination, and getting recommendations on how to connect these wildlife preserves within

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Ruby Throated Hummingbird

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Ruby Throated Hummingbird

Kendal Bower March 23, 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 ruby throated hummingbird. Photographer William Friggle captured the moment this hummingbird

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Tribute to a Dene Elder: Churchill’s Caroline

Tribute to a Dene Elder: Churchill’s Caroline

Emily Goodheart Kautz March 22, 2018 0

Natural Habitat Adventures is sad to share the recent passing of a beloved Sayisi Dene elder. Caroline Bjorklund spoke to our Churchill travelers about the culture of the Dene people, and the hardships they

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