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The Vast Vastness of Mongolia | Olaf’s Corner

The Vast Vastness of Mongolia | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver October 30, 2013 0

It was with a mixture of mild excitement and deep trepidation that I packed my guide bags for the Mongolia expedition this summer: Leading a trip full of strangers and a co-guide you never

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Ten Facts about Polar Bears

Ten Facts about Polar Bears

WWF October 15, 2013 0

Polar bears were hunted from the 1600s right through the mid-1970s. Though hunting is now regulated, current polar bear populations face a new challenge: climate change. Sea ice is melting earlier and forming later

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Happy World Rhino Day! Take this Quiz to Test your Rhino IQ!

Happy World Rhino Day! Take this Quiz to Test your Rhino IQ!

Emily Deemer September 22, 2013 0

Q: Why do birds often perch on rhinos backs? a. Predators can’t attack them b. They get lonely c. Their wings get tired d. They feed on parasites

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WWF President and CEO Appointed to White House’s Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking

WWF President and CEO Appointed to White House’s Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking

Emily Deemer September 20, 2013 0

President Obama has appointed WWF President and CEO Carter Roberts and several others to the Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking this month. The Task Force will be constructing a charter for preventing wildlife trafficking

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Borana Rhino Relocation – Extending Conservation in Kenya

Borana Rhino Relocation – Extending Conservation in Kenya

Emily Deemer September 18, 2013 0

Just over two weeks ago, 21 black rhino from Kenya’s Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Lake Nakuru National Park were relocated to nearby Borana Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya‘s northern Laikipia district. Borana is now proud to call

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Back a Ranger & Help Stop Wildlife Crime

Back a Ranger & Help Stop Wildlife Crime

Emily Deemer August 17, 2013 1

WWF calls rangers the “unsung heroes of conservation,” bravely working as the first line of defense to protect the world’s most endangered species from poachers in the illegal wildlife trade.  If you’ve been lucky

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