My Year in Antarctica
by Stefan Christmann | April 23, 2013

It’s 3am when my alarm clock rings. I am only half awake when I slide into my boots, covering myself with a thick jacket and putting on my beanie. Descending the stairs I can feel my body slowly waking up and when I open the door, a cold gust of wind blows into my face making the moisture...

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Language, Words and Natural Resources
by Carl Donohue | March 1, 2008

Have you ever told anyone that you’re a natural resources photographer? I haven’t. I’ve also never mentioned to a passer-by that I was taking pictures of commodities or assets or units. My point concerns the importance of language, and how it shapes our perceptions and our acti...

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The Sounds of Nature: One Square Inch
by Paul Klenck | May 1, 2006

You never know what you might see—or hear—when you take a walk in the woods. On an April Sunday, I was hiking the Hoh Rain Forest River Trail in Olympic National Park, Washington. A Pileated Woodpecker gave me a fleeting glimpse. I stood and listened for its drumming and would move to try to...

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Partnering for Youth
by Ruth Hoyt | April 1, 2006

All of us hear the conservation message repeatedly—preserve what we have or it won’t be there for the next generation, right? I’m sure most of you educate yourselves on what you can do. You learn about your subjects before photographing them, use low-impact techniques to reduce ris...

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