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Every fall I am reminded that I really love polar bears! | Ben’s Musings

Every fall I am reminded that I really love polar bears! | Ben’s Musings

Ben Bressler December 8, 2014 0

Dear Traveler, Each and every fall, as a cold snap in the air crosses North America, I pack my warm boots and parka and head northward, returning to one of Nat Hab’s most important locations—Churchill,

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Travel Tale: Lost in Time in Yellowstone National Park

Travel Tale: Lost in Time in Yellowstone National Park

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 4, 2014 8

There are a few, rare places in the world where time as a linear construct just doesn’t seem to make much sense; places where the past, present and even the future seem to be

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Field guide: Searching for snow leopards

Field guide: Searching for snow leopards

WWF December 3, 2014 0

Republished with permission from WWF-Canada. To see the original article, please go here. By Steph Morgan, WWF-Canada If you’re looking for a snow leopard, Dr. Rinjan Shrestha can tell you where to go. The

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Video: A New, High-Resolution Look at Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

Video: A New, High-Resolution Look at Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 2, 2014 4

We Earthlings are lucky. While other planets in our solar system are either blistering hot or bitterly cold, the surface of Earth has relatively mild and stable temperatures. We get to enjoy these conditions

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Travelers rescue injured sled dog: Trauma surgeon in Nat Hab group saves dog’s life in makeshift ‘clinic’

Travelers rescue injured sled dog: Trauma surgeon in Nat Hab group saves dog’s life in makeshift ‘clinic’

Wendy Redal December 1, 2014 2

Dogs in the office at Nat Hab’s Colorado headquarters are nothing new, since our dog-friendly policy has been a long-standing feature. But a few days ago we welcomed a very special canine visitor –

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