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JUST ANNOUNCED: Climate Change Expert to Escort Iceland and Norway Voyage

JUST ANNOUNCED: Climate Change Expert to Escort Iceland and Norway Voyage

Natural Habitat Adventures November 13, 2013 0

This just in from WWF: A climate change and renewable energy expert with World Wildlife Fund will be the special guest lecturer aboard our voyage from Iceland and across the Arctic Circle to Svalbard,

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Carving a New Life for Forests

Carving a New Life for Forests

guest November 11, 2013 0

Originally posted on the WWF Travel Blog By Cassie O’Connor, WWF Senior Program Officer Wood is the source of life, according to Asmat tradition. Their creation story begins with a figure named Fumeripits, the first

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One Amazonian Protects the Future of Nature

One Amazonian Protects the Future of Nature

Elissa Poma November 6, 2013 0

Originally posted on the WWF Travel Blog By Elissa Leibowitz Poma / WWF Tulio Ahuanari Sima remembers the size of the paiche his fishermen grandfather used to bring home after a day on the

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Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

Natural Habitat Adventures November 1, 2013 Comments Off on Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

“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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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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