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Town of Canandaigua hopes new project teams take root

Town of Canandaigua hopes new project teams take root

Volunteers are needed to help the town of Canandaigua look at trees, gateway signs and conservation easements CANANDAIGUA — Volunteers are needed to help the town of Canandaigua’s trees, from saving them from the emerald ash borer to maintaining them to possibly helping the town earn Tree City USA designation. ...

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Beyond The Wild

Beyond The Wild

THE CALL OF the wild is what brings us to South Africa, and while predators hunting prey is a stark reality, it’s still hard to watch a scene so ferociously primal – a pride of lions devouring a rhinoceros calf unlucky enough to be brought down. We stifle our gag ...

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The New Tour In Botswana For Conscious Travelers

The New Tour In Botswana For Conscious Travelers

Although many headlines in 2019 decried travel for the impacts of over-tourism and its contributions to climate change, one of the main benefits of travel has gone less heralded: its economic benefits to local people, particularly in relation to protected areas. For example, Namibia, the first African country to write ...

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Tanzania National Parks mark 60years of conservation success

Tanzania National Parks mark 60years of conservation success

Sixty years ago, famous German wildlife conservationist and zoologist Professor Bernhard Grzimek and his son Michael proposed the formation of the Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area, now the leading tourist magnets in East Africa. Through Grzimek’s film and a book, all titled “Serengeti Shall Not Die,” these two ...

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