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Finalists Of The 2014 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Competition Will Take Your Breath Away

Finalists Of The 2014 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Competition Will Take Your Breath Away

Chris Miller July 21, 2014 0

London’s Natural History Museum and BBC have joined together in sponsoring the annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Fifty finalists have recently been released, out of the over 41,000 total entries. Here are

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Video of the Week: Swimming with Galapagos Sea Lions

Video of the Week: Swimming with Galapagos Sea Lions

Elissa Poma February 21, 2014 0

I had the pleasure of meeting traveler Richard Jacobs during a trip to Churchill, Canada, to see polar bears. A great conversationalist, considerate environmentalist and fine travel companion, Jacobs also proved to be a

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Top Four Experiences in the Galapagos

Top Four Experiences in the Galapagos

WWF February 3, 2014 0

Reprinted with permission from the WWF Travel Blog Last year, World Wildlife Fund’s Heather Finn and Kristina Griffin traveled to the Galapagos Islands for the first time. Heather works as Manager of Digital User Experience, and

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Kayaking the Galapagos Islands: Q & A with NHA Guide Champi Rodriguez

Kayaking the Galapagos Islands: Q & A with NHA Guide Champi Rodriguez

Emily Deemer October 14, 2013 3

Our Galapagos Hiking and Kayaking expedition has grown to be one of our most popular trips.  Why? No doubt it has a lot to do with the trip’s charismatic and knowledgeable naturalist guide,  Luis

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Mammals in the Military: Navy Dolphins

Mammals in the Military: Navy Dolphins

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 27, 2012 12

A squad of about 80 bottle-nosed dolphins is presently serving in the U.S. Navy. Some of these dolphins have been trained to find mines and mark their location by dropping an acoustic transponder. Human divers

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Only in the Galapagos!

Only in the Galapagos!

Wendy Redal August 7, 2012 0

Yeah, I know. You think this is Photoshopped. It’s not. Wildlife in the Galapagos really is nonchalant about human presence, like this sea lion at Gardner Bay on Espanola. And you really can get

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