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Announcing the Winners of the 2019 Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant!

Announcing the Winners of the 2019 Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant!

Natural Habitat Adventures December 13, 2018 0

Congratulations to Mireille Hess and Trevor Hance, the two teachers who have been awarded Natural Habitat Adventures’ 2019 Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant! Nat Hab is honored to host these inspiring environmental educators on a

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Announcing the Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant!

Announcing the Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant!

Nick Grossman August 6, 2018 0

Are you involved in environmental education, or do you know someone who is? Natural Habitat Adventures is now accepting applications for its 2019 Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant! The grant will award two qualified teachers

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An Earth Day To Remember—Constructing Natural Habitats with Natural Habitat Adventures

An Earth Day To Remember—Constructing Natural Habitats with Natural Habitat Adventures

Courtney Nachlas April 23, 2018 0

Dr. Court Whelan, NHA’s Director of Sustainability and Conservation Travel, recently gave the entire office an overview of monarch butterfly conservation. Our staff eagerly listened as Court explained that one of the largest conservation

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Thank You, Butterflies! | Olaf’s Corner

Thank You, Butterflies! | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver April 2, 2018 0

Our home library in Georgia is brimming with all kinds of dog-eared books about adventure, conservation, economics and science. The exception is a dozen of wooden boxes piled up high on top of the

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Saiga Antelope Now Victims of Climate Change

Saiga Antelope Now Victims of Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 20, 2018 0

In 2015, on the steppes of Kazakhstan, at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, more than 200,000 critically endangered saiga antelope suddenly died in a span of just three weeks. In less than a

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Q-and-A: Mexico’s Kingdom of the Monarchs

Q-and-A: Mexico’s Kingdom of the Monarchs

WWF July 5, 2017 0

Of all migrations by small creatures, few are as astonishing as the one performed by the monarch butterfly. The embodiment of fragility, these insects travel between 1,200 and 2,800 miles or more between their starting

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