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What a shot for the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Nancy Martin!
Species: Sandhill Crane | Location: Tampa, FL, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 25, 2016: A sandhill crane watching his mate.
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Here's Thursday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Brian Genge!
Species: European Starling, American Bison | Location: Rocky Mountain Arsenal, United States
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 23, 2016: I was at Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Colorado and wanted to photograph the relationship between prairie animals. This was a great moment with European starlings on the back of an American bison. This shows how these species live together and depend on each other in some way.
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Check out Tuesday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Eric Boyd!
Species: Weddell Seal | Location: Erebus Bay, Antarctica
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 21, 2016: Weddell seals are a circumpolar mammal that live off the coast of Antarctica. In the southern spring, these animals give birth on the sea ice and nurse their young for 30-45 days. In this time, the pups learn to swim and hunt from their mothers before being abandoned. In this picture, a pup that is learning to swim has broken through some brash ice to catch a quick breath before disappearing again into t...
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Check out Sunday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Sarina Roth!
Species: Galapagos Penguin | Location: Galapagos Islands, Galapagos Islands (Ecuador)
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 19, 2016: Playful penguins in the Galapagos Islands seemed to enjoy posing for the camera!
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Kayleigh King!
Species: Long Tailed Macaque | Location: Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 17, 2016: This little guy was so UN-shy! He climbed right up into our tuk tuk and took bananas out of our hands.
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Check out Wednesday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Steve Grodin!
Species: Roseate Spoonbill, Platalea ajaja | Location: Wakodahatchee Wetlands, Park Delrey, Florida, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day -June 15, 2016: Two roseate spoonbill birds fighting over a spot on a perch.
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Check out Friday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Joep Buijs!
Species: Tawny Frogmouth | Location: Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 24, 2016: This tawny frogmouth has a perfect sense of place using its camouflage technique.
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Check out Wednesday's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Marion Fauchart Jocher!
Species: Bengal Tiger | Location: Ranthambhore National Park, India
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 22, 2016: This tiger could smell a female intruder in her territory and wasn't happy about it. She then proceeded to mark trees, also scratch them to make sure the "other one" gets the message. It was an awesome sighting and an absolute pleasure to watch her defending her territory with all the means in her possession.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Maureen Ravnik!
Species: Great Horned Owlets | Location: Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO, United States
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 20, 2016: This was one of these owlets' first jump out of the nest. One was welcomed to the new world by a European starling who doesn't know how lucky he was that this was not an adult great horned owl!
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Richard Horst!
Species: Elk | Location: Rocky Mountain National Park, USA
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 18, 2016: A satellite bull announces his arrival as the sun of September rises in Rocky Mountain National Park.
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Check out today's Wildlife Photo of the Day by Mark Schwartz!
Species: Martial Eagle | Location: Okavango Delta Region, Botswana
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 16, 2016: The martial eagle is one of the largest eagles in the world. This specimen was seen on Nat Hab's Secluded Botswana Photo Safari.
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Check out the Wildlife Photo of the Day by Lisa Hagan!
Species: Lion | Location: Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Wildlife Photo of the Day - June 14, 2016: It was nearing dusk when we found this lioness with her small cubs. The lioness had just come back from a hunt and it was clear that the cubs were hungry. The lioness lead the cubs away from the other lions in the pride in order to nurse in peace and quiet. When another male lion from the same pride got too close, the lioness made this face.
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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.