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Help Ace the Himalaya Rebuild Nepal

 

Nepal was hit by 7.8-magnitude earthquake on April 25 and a major aftershock of magnitude 7.3 on May 12. The results have been heartbreaking: over 8,500 people killed, more than 19,000 injured, nearly 500,000 houses destroyed, about 250,000 houses damaged and 6,000 schools destroyed which means nearly 1 million children can't return to school. In total, 8 million people are affected.

 

Koalas are connected to everything!

Koalas are connected to everything!

 

 

In nature, everything is connected. But some of the affinities between koalas and other animals might surprise you!

 

TIME Unlimited Tours from Auckland New Zealand launches new brand identity & new business unit to mark 10th anniversary

TIME Unlimited Tours from Auckland New Zealand launches new brand identity & new business unit to mark 10th anniversary

18th May 2015

 

What’s In The Bush – Part 2: Birds

What’s In The Bush – Part 2: Birds

From TIES Member ECHIDNA WALKABOUT NATURE TOURS

 

Downunder is on top, for birds anyway!

 

This world map is upside down, because this really is the right way up when it comes to birdlife.

 

This infographic shows the distribution of the large birds of the world (not including the geese & swans, which are worldwide). As you can see, large birds have a predominantly southern distribution.

Un-Cruise Makes Sustainable Partnership

Un-Cruise Makes Sustainable Partnership

Spotting a whale from the Safari Endeavour in Mexico (Haley Rowell)

 

Sustainable Tourism Certification Quickfinder Launched

Sustainable Tourism Certification Quickfinder Launched

Which certificate to choose?

 

Information post release after the First Internet Conference on Ecotourism in Russia

Ministry of Nature Resources of Russian Federation

 

Information post release after the First Internet

Conference on Ecotourism in Russia

 

 

Ecotourism initiatives in Russia may become an alternative to holidays abroad for Russian tourists during the different macroeconomic situation of the country.

 

How does a koala climb? Part 1: the claws

How does a koala climb? Part 1: The claws

This article first appeared on the blog, Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours Australian Wildlife in the Wild

 

Koalas have very long, very sharp claws. Both hands and feet have claws on every digit, except the big toe!

 

Local Consuming in Torres del Paine

 

Local Consuming in Torres del Paine

 

by Timothy Dhalleine

 

This article first appeared on EcoCamp Patagonia's blog

 

INTERNATIONAL ECOTOURISM SOCIETY EXPECTS LARGEST CONFERENCE IN ITS HISTORY

 

Contact: Mercedes Hunt
Telephone: 801-585-6503
Email: info@ecotourism.org
Website: www.ecotourism.org

 

March 13, 2015  

 

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