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Nat Hab & WWF’s 2017 catalog of the World’s Greatest Nature Journeys is ready!

Nat Hab & WWF’s 2017 catalog of the World’s Greatest Nature Journeys is ready!

Natural Habitat Adventures September 5, 2016 Comments Off on Nat Hab & WWF’s 2017 catalog of the World’s Greatest Nature Journeys is ready!

Last month, I flew to Vancouver, British Columbia, to monitor the printing of the latest and greatest Catalog of World’s Greatest Nature Journeys for Nat Hab and World Wildlife Fund. Every spring, I wonder

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Q&A: Wildlife Photography with McDonald Mirabile

Q&A: Wildlife Photography with McDonald Mirabile

WWF August 31, 2016 Comments Off on Q&A: Wildlife Photography with McDonald Mirabile

Mac Mirabile with WWF’s Maketing and Communications team is not only a wiz with numbers–he’s also a talented wildlife photographer with a particular interest in photographing birds. We sat down with him to get some

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Video: British Columbia Humpbacks May Soon Lose Ocean Quiet

Video: British Columbia Humpbacks May Soon Lose Ocean Quiet

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 4, 2016 2

In some of the last quiet, pristine waters on the British Columbia Coast, humpback whales are making a comeback. In the mid 1960s, when Canada stopped whaling on its West Coast, there were only

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Five reasons you’ll love traveling in KAZA during green season  (and three reasons why some people might not)

Five reasons you’ll love traveling in KAZA during green season (and three reasons why some people might not)

WWF July 20, 2016 Comments Off on Five reasons you’ll love traveling in KAZA during green season (and three reasons why some people might not)

Southern Africa’s “green season” (December – April) is the off season for tourist travel—which makes it a great reason to visit then, as I recently discovered on Natural Habitat Adventure’s trip Botswana: Kalahari, the

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Tigers and Jungle Scenes Decorate Indian Train Station to Inspire Conservation

Tigers and Jungle Scenes Decorate Indian Train Station to Inspire Conservation

Julie Waggoner July 18, 2016 Comments Off on Tigers and Jungle Scenes Decorate Indian Train Station to Inspire Conservation

The hundreds of thousands of tourists who pass through Sawai Madhopur on their way to search for tigers in the famous Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve in eastern Rajasthan now have something more

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The Galápagos: Conservation in Action

The Galápagos: Conservation in Action

Karl Egloff July 13, 2016 4

“The natural history of these islands is eminently curious, and well deserves attention,” wrote Charles Darwin.  As a WWF supporter, staff member, and recent NatHab traveler, one of the things I found most impressive

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