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The Rise of the Tiger

The Rise of the Tiger

WWF October 18, 2017 0

Tigers need room to roam. Protecting vast connected landscapes for these endangered top predators is key to their survival. For the first time in a century, wild tiger populations are rising. Spurred by the

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Artificial Reefs: Help for Endangered Ecosystems or Ocean Junk?

Artificial Reefs: Help for Endangered Ecosystems or Ocean Junk?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 17, 2017 6

A full 25 percent of all the marine life on the planet calls coral reefs home. But around the world, these natural habitats are in trouble. According to World Wildlife Fund, about one-quarter of

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Keeping It Local: Nat Hab Fallfest 2017

Keeping It Local: Nat Hab Fallfest 2017

Natural Habitat Adventures October 16, 2017 0

On the last weekend of September, the cottonwoods along Colorado’s Arkansas River were in full fall glory, burnished gold against the cobalt blue sky and snow-dusted peaks of the Collegiate Range. It was the

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Endangered Orangutans of Borneo

Endangered Orangutans of Borneo

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl October 16, 2017 0

Known as “the man of the forest,” the unique, colorful, highly intelligent orangutan went from an estimated 300,000 individuals in 1900 to only a handful of remaining populations today. And nowhere else is there

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Sleepless in Tanzania | Olaf’s Corner

Sleepless in Tanzania | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver October 14, 2017 0

The small and rickety aluminum shelter at Barranco Camp shook each time I took another sleepless turn on the hard cot. The noisy movements kept my two climbing companions awake all night. All this

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Rare and Raw: Wild Wolverine Video

Rare and Raw: Wild Wolverine Video

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 12, 2017 3

Wolverines are exceedingly rare. It’s estimated that less than 250 of them still roam the Lower 48, almost exclusively in the rugged Rocky Mountains and North Cascades in the West. Wolverines, the largest terrestrial

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