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  • Date: 28 November 2013
  • Author: Tania Segura, WWF Travel

Churchill has seen a lot of excitement this past month. CNN joined a  Natural Habitat Adventures photography expedition led by Brad Josephs this season. Check out some of the footage and photos from travelers in this CNN feature. 

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  • Date: 26 November 2013
  • Author: Sarah Robie, WWF-US

On the surface it seems like a trivial question, one that simply requires reviewing your summer schedule. However, an experience in Katmai varies widely from one month to the next due to different bear behavior and activities. So when should you go, July or August?

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  • Date: 24 October 2013
  • Author: Maddi Higgins, WWF Travel

In the northwest corner of Wyoming, two treasured parks offer an immersion in scenery and wildlife unparalleled in the Lower 48. Tom Maddox, the leader for WWF's Heart of Borneo Initiative, traveled to the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks for WWF's annual conference this past June. Here are our top picks from his amazing collection of photography.

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  • Date: 14 October 2013
  • Author: WWF Travel

Wolves in the Wild: Adventures in Yellowstone
Presented by Natural Habitat Adventures
Tuesday, October 15 @ 3pm Eastern, 2pm Central, 1pm Mountain, 12pm Pacific
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Our small-group winter wolf adventures in Yellowstone National Park offer the world’s best opportunity to sight these famously elusive creatures in their natural realm. Find out what it’s like to see wolves in the wild during this presentation by guide Jared Baecker, a renowned wolf guide and Yellowstone expert. Hear about our custom-outfitted vehicles built for wildlife viewing, in-depth itineraries designed to transport you into the heart of the wolf's world, and more!

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  • Date: 03 October 2013
  • Author: Sarah Robie, WWF

In early August, WWF staff member Sarah Robie joined WWF travelers through Alaska's Katmai National Park. With professional guide and expert naturalist, Brad Jospehs at their side, travelers were able to get a close glimpse into the lives of grizzlies at the end of their feeding season. See just how close by watching this short video.

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  • Date: 19 September 2013
  • Author: Maddi Higgins, WWF Travel

Melissa Scott’s extraordinary knowledge of nature and effervescent personality earned her the title of NHA’s Staff Naturalist. We talked to her about her love of North America, her bird imitation abilities and the importance of ecotourism.

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  • Date: 22 August 2013
  • Author: Michael O'Neil, Photographer

Winter is one of the best times to view coyotes. To catch this shot I had to wait, knee deep in a snow bank and through intermittent snow flurries, hoping to snap a clear shot of a coyote in pounce.

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  • Date: 01 August 2013
  • Author: Maddi Higgins, WWF Travel

In his role as Natural Habitat Adventure’s Head Naturalist, Eric Rock travels around the world leading tours and developing new ones. Find out why Eric considers Alaska home, the most important part of guiding and why you should travel.

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  • Date: 03 April 2013
  • Author: Maddi Higgins, WWF Travel

Biologist and nature expedition guide Astrid Frisch possesses a knowledge of Mexico’s ecosystems and biodiversity that’s as large as her passion for conservation itself. So when we chatted recently with the Mexico native about the best wildlife experiences in her home country, she was quick to rattle off a well-founded list.

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  • Date: 27 February 2013
  • Author: Maddi Higgins, WWF Travel

One of the most powerful marine predators, the orca, grows up to 32 feet (9.7 meters) in length—about the size of a school bus—and can weigh up to 6 tons (5,443 kilograms). Though the orca’s size intimidates prey, among its whale pod, the orca is a highly social animal that communicates through distinctive noises that only other members of the whale’s pod will recognize.

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