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Tag Archives: conservation photography
Conservation photographers play a critical role in world of conservation. They combine nature photography, photojournalism, and advocacy to draw the public’s attention to the most critical environmental issues in today’s world. Unfortunately, it’s getting harder for conservation photographers to make a living. … Continue reading
I’ve written several times about the challenge of getting people excited enough about prairies that they take conservation action. My latest attempt was back in January. In addition, I posted an essay from Doug Ladd in April that expressed the … Continue reading