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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Brad Josephs!
Species: Grizzly Bear | Location: Katmai National Park, United States
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 22, 2015: This week was Bear Awareness Week! On Nat Hab's trips to Alaska, it’s not uncommon to find large numbers of grizzlies. On some of our trips we have seen as many as 30 to 40 at once. Cub sightings are always exciting. Travelers to coastal Katmai can see them playing on the shores as mom digs for clams.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Steve Grodin!
Species: Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) large feline | Location: Serengeti, Tanzania
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 20, 2015: Cheetah in Tanzania waking up from a nap with a big stretch and yawn.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Jeff Goldberg!
Species: Sable Island Pony | Location: Sable Island National Park, Canada
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 18, 2015: These are two wild stallions involved in a show of force. We were across the pond from these horses and the fight happened so quickly, I was lucky to get a decent shot of the action. Sable Island is southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and is one of Canada's newest National Parks. In 1960, the government gave these ponies full protection from human interference.
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Check out these five "must see" attractions in Churchill!
If you take an adventure to Churchill in the near future there are some "must see" attractions you should take in before you leave the frontier town.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Ron Robertson!
Species: Grizzly Bear | Location: Kootenay Lake, B.C., Canada
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 14, 2015: I took this photo of a grizzly bear fishing for salmon in a stream not far from Kootenay Lake, B.C. The bear had just caught and taken a bite of this fish when I took the photo.
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here's today's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Micheal Keren!
Species: Hyrax | Location: Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 12, 2015: We were waiting at a visitors center at the entrance to the Serengeti for our friends to come back from their balloon ride. Exploring the area, I came upon a group of hyraxes playing on the rocks. Cute and adorable, I watched them for a while. This one was very fond of watching me as well.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Karin Leperi!
Species: Bat-eared Fox | Location: Serengeti, Tanzania
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 21, 2015: While adorable looking, the bat-eared fox are actually quite the predator. Besides eating termites, which is 80% of their diet, they eat small rodents, lizards, eggs and young birds. Their jaws contain up to 52 teeth, by far the most of any African carnivore. However, the teeth are much smaller and with less sheering surface formation than teeth of other canid species.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Patrick Endres!
Species: Marine Iguana | Location: Fernandina Island, Galapagos Islands
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 19, 2015: On Fernandina, the most active and youngest volcano in the islands, visitors will find a variety of wildlife including flightless cormorants, sea lions and marine iguanas like this one. The marine iguana has the unique ability to swim underwater to search for food. This photo was taken on a trip to the Galapagos with Nat Hab.
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Check out the Wildlife photo of the Day by Greg Hyatt!
Species: Lions | Location: Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 16, 2015: Very early one morning, after descending into the Ngorongoro Crater, we came across a cape buffalo carcass that a pride of lions had just finished devouring. It was then time for a drink, and the nearest water hole would do just fine. We watched up to five lions drinking simultaneously, however, the best early morning reflection was best with these three.
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Check out the wildlife Photo of the Day by Justin Gibson!
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Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 15, 2015: Usually with their rump in the air, polar bears use their hind legs to push themselves along the ice. This helps clean their fur and the ice keeps their bodies cool. A side benefit is that it's so darn cute for us to watch and photograph!
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Caroline Gilmore!
Species: Lemur | Location: Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 13, 2015: This photo was taken on a Nat Hab trip to Madagascar. We saw 21 species of lemurs on the trip. It was an amazing adventure!
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Karen Cartwright!
Species: African Elephant | Location: Linyanti Reserve, Botswana
Wildlife Photo of the Day - May 11, 2015: Took this photo of an elephant on September 20, 2014 in the Linyanti Reserve, Botswana.
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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.