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Nearly half of all natural sites are threatened by harmful industrial activities, according to a new report. Here are 12 of the many World Heritage Sites you can visit with WWF and Nat Hab - http://bit.ly/24mBDwJ
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Leatherback sea turtles are truly amazing creatures—growing to more than seven feet long and weighing more than 1,400 pounds, they are one of the deepest diving marine animals, the fastest moving reptiles in the ocean, and often have life spans exceeding 100 years. http://bit.ly/1UjkGR1
Our group of adventure travelers was relieved to have helped save a magnificent leatherback sea turtle and her offspring from being butchered in Indonesia.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Steve grodin!

Species: Coyote, (Canis latrans) | Location: Yellowstone NP in Montana, Montana, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - April 28, 2016: Looking for dinner along the bank of the Madison River in Yellowstone National Park, Montana.
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Traveler S. Hovis captured this incredible closeup of a lion while on a Botswana safari. Join our Secluded Botswana Photo Safari for to gather your own amazing photos of African wildlife. http://bit.ly/1QW2Pgp
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Hummingbirds' mesmerizing movements can be challenging to capture on camera. Here are two photography techniques that are both easy to manage and produce spectacular results. http://bit.ly/1T2oUaq
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China’s new Panda Valley conservation base provides a semi-wild habitat that helps prepare select pandas for reintroduction into the wild. Learn more from Expedition Leader Brad Josephs on the Bears & Beyond blog at http://bit.ly/1ruUOqh
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Mihail Milea!

Species: Elephants | Location: Chyulu Hills, Kenya
Wildlife Photo of the Day - April 30, 2016: It was a very dry month in Kenya with a scarce water supply. The elephants were trying to cool down taking a mud bath.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Marian Herz!

Species: Slatey Flower-piercer | Location: Savegre, Costa Rica 
Wildlife Photo of the Day - April 29, 2016: On the last morning of the trip to Costa Rica with Nat Hab, I was wandering around the grounds of the hotel. My guide had pointed out a flower piercer two days earlier, but I hadn't gotten a good look at it. I watched and slowly followed, trying to get a good shot. Finally it landed and stayed in one place, long enough for me to get a shot of it actually piercing the flower.
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"We have the international momentum: now it is time to act on wildlife crime before it is too late."
The poaching and trafficking of wildlife, often by organized crime syndicates, is abhorrent and threatens to rob us of our common heritage. This multi-billion dollar worldwide trade is at once a security issue, an environmental issue, and a development issue - and is pushing vulnerable and endangered species toward extinction. At the current rate of loss, wildlife species like African elephants could disappear from the wild in our lifetimes.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by  Ed Dornfeld!

Species: Sea Lion | Location: Alaska, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - April 27, 2016: A huge crop of sea lions on the rocks in Alaska serenaded us as we drifted past.
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World Wildlife Fund​ used a grant from Google.org​ to develop a new technology to stop poachers in their tracks - an innovative thermal and infrared camera and software system that detects poachers and alerts park rangers. http://wwf.to/1qWJS4b
WWF designed and installed a remarkable new thermal and infrared camera and software system that can identify poachers from afar and alert park rangers of their presence.
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Check out today's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Karin Leperi!

Species: Helmeted Guinea Fowl | Location: Serengeti, Tanzania
Wildlife Photo of the Day - April 26, 2016: Helmeted guinea fowls are normally sociable—where you see one you will usually see others. This one seems to have lost his way as he perches atop a rock looking for the rest of his kin. These birds are found across sub-Sahara Africa and live off a diet of insects and seeds.
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A leader in adventure travel and ecotourism since 1984, offering the world's greatest nature and wildlife expeditions.
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Natural Habitat Adventures is the world’s premier nature and wildlife travel company, offering the planet's greatest nature expeditions. As "The Nature People," we focus solely on travel in the natural world — which, simply put, makes us very good at it! Take a look at our itineraries and you’ll see that they include the most exciting private reserves, remote corners of national parks, and distinctive lodges and camps situated where wildlife viewing is best — all in our quest to offer the world’s best nature adventures!  We're proud to have earned the reputation for the finest collection of naturalist Expedition Leaders on the planet, and our trips average just 8 or 9 travelers, the smallest numbers of all major adventure travel companies by a very wide margin.  As the official Conservation Travel Partner for the World Wildlife Fund, we run over 70 trips in 40 countries.  You can call us at 1-800-543-8917 for more info, or request a catalog.