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Quickly Losing Protections: Our Birds, Lands and Oceans

Quickly Losing Protections: Our Birds, Lands and Oceans

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 20, 2017 3

One hundred and eleven years ago, the American Antiquities Act of 1906 was passed. It authorizes the president to designate federally managed lands as national monuments in order to conserve important archaeological, historic and

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Hello World!

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Hello World!

Kendal Yoakum May 12, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose an baby olive ridley turtle. Photographer Shreya Singha Ray was volunteering with hatchlings

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A Rare Moment with Galapagos Sea Turtles

A Rare Moment with Galapagos Sea Turtles

Natural Habitat Adventures March 6, 2017 0

The Galapagos Islands are filled with magic, and everywhere you turn there is something new and interesting to marvel upon. Whether it’s a watching a red-footed booby feeding its young, a frigate bird puffing

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Seabound Baby Turtles in Costa Rica

Seabound Baby Turtles in Costa Rica

Natural Habitat Adventures November 15, 2016 0

While exploring the wilderness of Costa Rica, a small group of nature travelers enjoyed the wondrous experience of being surrounded by Pacific green sea turtle hatchlings making their way to the ocean for the

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Conservation and Tourism Go Hand in Hand

Conservation and Tourism Go Hand in Hand

Natural Habitat Adventures May 23, 2016 2

While visiting Costa Rica with Natural Habitat Adventures last year, I once again had an opportunity to see how embracing conservation enhances communities. The first leg of the Natural Jewels of Costa Rica trip

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Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia | Olaf’s Corner

Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver April 25, 2016 1

“Kura-kura!” yelled the little village boy as he came running out of the dark tropical night and into our jungle camp. Two of our Papuan boatmen from our mother ship, the James Bond II,

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