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Traveling Small in the Big Outdoors

Traveling Small in the Big Outdoors

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 22, 2019 3

Being an inveterate introvert, I avoid large crowds—well, really, even groups of people numbering 15 or more—like the plague. Yet the places that call to me are some of the most jam-packed because they

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7 Reasons Why You Should Make Namibia Your Next Destination!

7 Reasons Why You Should Make Namibia Your Next Destination!

WWF May 2, 2018 0

Reason 1: Scenery To say that the landscapes of Namibia are breathtaking is an understatement. There is no better way to grasp that than to soar high in a hot-air balloon above Little Kulala

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The Skeleton Coast, Namibia

The Skeleton Coast, Namibia

WWF February 7, 2018 0

Few tourists have ever ventured here. It is a place famous for whale bones, lions, fur seals, and ship wrecks. The Skeleton Coast is unusually beautiful and getting there is the adventure of a

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After Earth Day 2017: An Alphabet from Outer Space

After Earth Day 2017: An Alphabet from Outer Space

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 25, 2017 1

On Saturday, the world celebrated Earth Day 2017. This one took on a different demeanor from Earth Days in our recent past. Reminiscent of the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, this year

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In Namibia, a Landscape Both Unforgiving and Awe-inspiring

In Namibia, a Landscape Both Unforgiving and Awe-inspiring

Elissa Poma October 21, 2015 0

The people of Namibia possess a hard-to-grasp reverence for their landscape. No matter how little rain falls on the southern African country, or how strongly an unforgiving sun bakes the earth, or how swirly dust devils

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Tracking Rhinos in the Namibian Desert: A Diary

Tracking Rhinos in the Namibian Desert: A Diary

Elissa Poma August 5, 2015 0

While visiting the Damaraland region of Namibia, WWF’s Elissa Poma joined a researcher and trackers from Save the Rhino Trust to go out in search of endangered black rhinos. Below is an excerpt of her journal from that morning.

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