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Together Possible: Uniting to Double the World’s Tigers

Together Possible: Uniting to Double the World’s Tigers

WWF April 5, 2017 0

Ninety-seven percent. In the last 100 years, tiger populations have declined that dramatically, from 100,000 to as few as 3,200 in the wild today. And it’s humans—through rampant poaching and habitat destruction—who are driving

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Together Possible: Making a Difference for Peru’s Natural Treasures

Together Possible: Making a Difference for Peru’s Natural Treasures

WWF March 22, 2017 0

In order to protect natural places, people need to work together. No one group can solve the conservation challenges of the planet alone. Inspired by WWF’s new “Together Possible” mantra, this occasional series will

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Conservation and Traditional Medicine in the Amazon

Conservation and Traditional Medicine in the Amazon

WWF December 28, 2016 1

I have a reputation when I travel of attracting venomous snakes and children. This can be both a curse and a blessing when you work at WWF on forest conservation. Luckily, on Natural Habitat’s

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Celebrating Good News for Endangered Species in 2016

Celebrating Good News for Endangered Species in 2016

Wendy Redal December 19, 2016 0

During the holiday season, we come together across lands, faiths and cultures to celebrate the persistence of light in the darkness. And we at Natural Habitat Adventures are especially happy to share some good

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New Technology Helps Catch Poachers in Africa

New Technology Helps Catch Poachers in Africa

Tania Curry December 14, 2016 0

Earlier this year, WWF installed two systems in a protected area in central Kenya where endangered white and black rhino roam along with poachers. Nine months later, this investment is paying off. More than two

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2016: A tipping point for Churchill’s polar bears?

2016: A tipping point for Churchill’s polar bears?

WWF December 7, 2016 0

This article was originally published in WWF’s Thin Ice Blog In mid-November, I spent a week in Churchill on Canada’s Hudson Bay Coast. It’s one of the most popular places for viewing polar bears,

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