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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Kerri Parkes!
Species: Kudu | Location: Linyanti, Botswana
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 30, 2015: This glorious kudu was photographed in the Linyanti region of Botswana. With such gentle loving eyes and magnificent spiral horns, they are one of the very beautiful antelopes of Africa.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Nancy Keith Kelly!
Species: Polar Bear | Location: Wapusk National Park, Canada
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 28, 2015: While on the tundra, we saw this female polar bear who was on her way to take a closer look at our Polar Rover. I love how the color of her fur contrasts with the snow and kelp beds. This photo was taken on a trip to Churchill with Nat Hab.
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Another amazing Wildlife Photo of the Day by Alan Bartels!
Species: greater prairie chicken | Location: Nebraska Sandhills. Loup County. Switzer Ranch., USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 25, 2015: After watching greater prairie chickens do their spring mating dance on Switzer Ranch in Nebraska for several days, I covered up with burlap before daybreak and waited for the birds to show up. In the wetness of a dew-soaked morning, the birds marched by me, obviously knowing that I was there, but compelled by the urge to mate to return to their ancestral booming grounds.
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Check out this fantastic polar bear video from Churchill.
Occasionally each season presents the amazing opportunity to view polar bears on the rocks around Cape Merry or Eskimo Point just north of Fort Prince of Wales.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Barbara Hayton!
Species: Zebra/Equus Quagga | Location: Serengeti Park, Tanzania
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 21, 2015: We stopped to watch a herd of zebras when these two caught my attention. It was as if they were sharing a funny joke, probably about us tourists with the big lenses.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Ann Sullivan!
Species: African elephant | Location: Chobe National Park, Botswana
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 8, 2015: I was wrapping up my first game drive in Botswana along the Chobe River. The sun was setting, creating a golden glow. A herd of elephants near the river was kicking up a lot of dust, which created this ghostly appearance in the golden light.
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Check out today's Wildlife " videos" of the day Kirsten Neil!
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Another amazing Wildlife Photo of the Day by  Praveen G. Nair!
Species: Butterfly, Common Lime, Lime Swallowtail | Location: Kerala, Thekkady wildlife sanctuary, India
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 27, 2015: This photo was taken at Thekkady Wildlife Sanctuary in India during a morning trek.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Suraj Manjanna!
Species: Tiger | Location: Ranthambore national park , India
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 23, 2015: This tigress, named Queen of Lakes or Krishna, in Ranthambore National Park is seen pampering her cubs. The cubs are 10 months old and are really adorable and naughty. Now-a-days Krishna has started to train her cubs seriously and the innocence of cubs is slowly disappearing.
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Check out this amazing Wildlife Photo of the Day by Marian Herz!
Species: Bottlenose Dolphin | Location: Atlantic Ocean, Tristan da Cunha
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 22, 2015: Our ship was traveling between Tristan da Cunha and St. Helena Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. We were traveling over the "blue desert" of deep water and little visible wildlife. Suddenly a group of dolphins headed toward the ship and began bow riding. They stayed for about 10 minutes. It was hard to decide which dolphin to photograph, but finally I saw one heading my way and just kept it in focus. The wa...
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Check out the Wildlfe Photo of the Day by Emily Kuzmick! 
Species: Sceloporus magister | Location: Gila River Indian Reservation, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 20, 2015: A slightly battered female desert spiny lizard takes a rest from the hot Arizona sun in the shade of a mesquite tree.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Lucien Harris!
Species: Oriental Fruit Fly | Location: Ubud, Bali
Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 7, 2015: I was taking a stroll through the garden of our hotel whilst on holiday in Ubud and I spotted these fruit flies! I thought their eyes were amazing, so I ran back to get my camera to capture them before they flew off.
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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.