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2022 Photo Tour Schedule

Zac Mills

December 9, 2021

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Join us in 2022 for some of the best bear photography on the planet. We are so excited to bring you to our favorite destinations at the very best time for peak bear activity.

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Explainer: Wildlife Corridors

Keegan Sentner

December 1, 2021

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As part of a new series, we are diving into several key important wildlife topics. This week we explain one of conservation’s finest inventions, wildlife corridors.

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Conservation Through the Lens

Keegan Sentner

November 24, 2021

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Throughout history, photographers have changed the way the world views nature by bringing far-off destinations, unique animals, and otherworldly cultures to audiences far and wide. The merging of photography with the field of conservation has become one of the most successful forms of activism in recent environmental history.

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Tour Report — Polar Bears 2021

Zac Mills

November 17, 2021

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From November 1-6, I traveled with 7 other conservation-first photographers to Churchill, the polar bear capital of the world. In this week’s blog, I share some of the some of the highlights and most memorable moments.

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Post COP26: Time for Action

Keegan Sentner

November 12, 2021

Read Time: 6 mins

The halls of the COP26 Climate Summit are now empty. Regardless of how you feel about the outcome of the conference, you may be now asking yourself, what’s next? In this week’s edition of the Wildlife Collective Blog, we have compiled a list of ways to keep the momentum going and stay involved in climate action.

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Coca-Cola, Polar Bears and COP26

Keegan Sentner

November 6, 2021

Read Time: 5 mins

From the furry face of an international corporation to the symbol of a global crisis, polar bears have become one of the most recognizable animals on our planet. This week, we are talking about the origins of the Coca-Cola polar bear, their role in the climate crisis, and International Polar Bear week.

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