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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Caleb Peterson!
Species: Coyote | Location: Fort Snelling State Park, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 26, 2016: A coyote staring me down as it peeked over a log in Fort Snelling State Park. I was under a portable blind and he didn't seem to know what I was, but could hear occasional noises coming from my direction.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Kate Vince!
Species: Lion | Location: Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 27, 2016: A close up of a beautiful lioness who was relaxing in the morning sun.
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Check out Monday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Marion Fauchart Jocheronday's !
Species: Polar Bear | Location: Churchill, Manitoba, , Canada
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 25, 2016: This is an old photo and one of my all-time favorites. I visited Churchill with Nat Hab and stayed at the Tundra Lodge. The experience was awesome. Polar bears everywhere and all the time. While going through my pics from this trip I can see the huge difference from then to today in my camera gear and my knowledge of photography. There is just no comparison between "yesterday" and "today."
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Check out Saturday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Surendra Gullapalli!
Species: Tiger | Location: Bandhavgarh National Park, India, India
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 23, 2016: This is my land, I make the rules. You better follow them. That is what this tiger in full bloom seems to be saying in Bandhavgarh National Park in India.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Yaron Schmid!
Species: Zebra, Oxpecker | Location: Maasai Mara National Park , Kenya
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 21, 2016: Driving by herds of zebras in Kenya, I noticed the oxpeckers would settle on their backs, but would fly away when they heard my car. I asked my driver to turn off the engine, and we waited. Within a few minutes, the ox peckers returned and landed on the zebras' backs. I looked for a nice way to "frame" the bird, and found this: between two zebras. I love how the beak pops between the lines.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Filip Baumruk!
Species: African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) | Location: Etosha National Park, Namibia
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 19, 2016: This photo was taken in Namibia's Etosha National Park at Nebrownii water hole in the afternoon. The African elephants were covered by white mud and looked like stone statues...
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Elvira Yanez!
Species: Swallow Tailed Gull | Location: Genovese Island, Galapagos Islands
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 28, 2016: A swallow tailed gull takes in the breeze on Genovese Island. This photo was take on a trip to the Galapagos with Nat Hab.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Nigel Bell!
Species: Short Eared Owl (ASIO FLAMMEUS) | Location: Cambridge, England
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 26, 2016: Short eared owl coming in to land on a fence post. This is a wild bird. Not a captive. I have been studying these owls for about five weeks, but each time I went to shoot them the light was not good enough. Perseverance paid off in the end.
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Check out Sunday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by John McCarthy!
Species: Ruby Throated Hummingbird | Location: New Hampshire, United States
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 24, 2016: Summer brings the return of these flying jewels to our back yard. Hummer are my favorite photographic subject; unpredictable, erratic in flight and very fast.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Marion Fauchart Jocher!
Species: Grizzly Bears | Location: Hallo Bay, Alaska, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 22, 2016: While on a trip to Alaska with Nat Hab, Melissa and her two cubs were around daily. I shot this photo at 255 mm, they were always so close. The little ones were ever so cute and I was ready to hug, kiss and cuddle and take one home with me. I am just a sucker for animal babies...
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Check out Wednesday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Tin Sang Chan
Species: Red Fox | Location: Algonquin Park, Canada
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 20, 2016: Red fox in Canada's winter snow.
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Check out Monday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Dan Schlotter!
Species: Marmot | Location: Grand Tetons National Park, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 18, 2016: Mother marmot scanning the area in Grand Teton National Park, keeping watch on her pups while also checking for predators.
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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.