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Jessica Pociask, owner of WANT Expeditions, is featured in the Northern Express as part of a series on 20 fascinating people in northern Michigan.

SOLD OUT!!! The Smithsonian Associates host Jessica Pociask of WANT Expeditions on Petra, Jordan The current venue holds 135 people, but stay tuned as that the venue has been changed to make more seats available.

WANT Expeditions featured on MTNmeister! Do you have what it takes to survive in extreme conditions? Listen to the podcast of our 2012 escape from Mali, now available on iTunes. Click on the links to listen and subscribe to the podcast.

Travel Channel Features Jessica Pociask and our Pantanal Jaguar safari in Travel's Best Adventures 2014

WANT Expeditions is featured on the cover of the Detroit Free Press. Read the online article here: Traverse City woman gives adventure a new meaning

Need of some serious sunshine? Take advantage of unheard of savings on our special 2-for-1 Galapagos Cruise!

We could not have asked for more perfect weather on this year's Grey Whale migration expedition in Baja California! Click here to book for next year before it sells out!

Don't miss the Live Stream of our Borneo presentation for the MSU Alumni Association starting at 5:30 pm EST!

Hope everyone stays safe and sound during Nemo! We can't complain though! This weather is great news for our upcoming Harp Seals trip! Spaces are still available. Sign up today!

Amazing news! 15,000 gorillas are safer today. The Congolese Government just made Ntokou-Pikounda National Park official. This park will protect an astounding 10% of the world's remaining wild gorilla population. (And 800 elephants and 960 chimpanzees, to boot!) In 2008, Wildlife Conservation Society researchers discovered 125,000 western lowland gorillas living in Ntokou-Pikounda and the surrounding region, and the staff has been working non stop to get this park established since then. We know that in order to protect gorillas in the park, WCS needs to staff up rapidly – which means recruiting, training, equipping, and supporting ecoguard patrols. The faster people are on the ground to manage the park, collect data on the gorillas, and find poachers before they strike, the better chance we have at protecting every last gorilla. If you would like to be part of this amazing and developing story to safeguard the home of one of the largest gorilla populations in the world. Click here to donate to WCS.