How Puerto Rico, and the World, benefit from resilient ecosystems. An iLCP expedition led by Emerging League Photographer Shane Gross.
Eladio Fernandez is a conservation photographer, a naturalist, author and publisher from the Dominican Republic. He has an extensive image bank on Caribbean flora, fauna and landscapes. His work also includes underwater subjects and captures vanishing cultural rituals and practices from the Caribbean. Some of Eladio’s images have appeared in magazines, such as the Wildlife […]
Read our newest blog post from iLCP fellow Sebastian Kennerknecht/Panthera on National Geographic Voices. Photographs by iLCP Fellow Sebastian Kennerknecht/Panthera Text by Betsy Painter “This opportunity to study jaguar behavior up close is remarkable, yet the link to sea turtle predation may be challenging for some. The poetic drama of natural predation, where one species experiences loss at the […]
What YOU Can Do: Reduce your carbon footprint: Ride your bike or walk to work, and use public transportation or share a ride whenever possible. Committing to it, even just once a week, is a consistent contribution that reduces fossil fuel use. –1Frame4Nature is a collection of images and stories from around the globe of […]
What YOU Can Do: Start a conversation about the importance of mangroves with your friends and family. Explore, interact with, and share the data at datamares.ucsd.edu. Learn about the amazing animals and communities that mangroves support atmaresmexicanos.com. –1Frame4Nature is a collection of images and stories from around the globe of your personal connection to nature. […]
In September 2016, iLCP conducted a conservation photographic expedition to Belize and Honduras with our partner the Smithsonian Institution Research Station to document the use of a mobile app – OurFish – which is being used by national authorities, local fishing communities and the dock side purchasers to track the types and volumes of catches […]
Several scientific and photographic expeditions, leading to new species discoveries and lost species rediscoveries, have formed the basis of innovative outreach efforts to engage people in the conservation of Haiti’s remaining forests and their unique wildlife. Robin will talk about initiatives such as the Search for Lost Frogs and Frame of Mind, a program he […]
Panama commits to wide ranging protection of Coíba and the surrounding area.
Spawning aggregations give the illusion of plenty, as millions of fish gather in one place. But as harvesting keeps growing, fish populations keep diminishing. Is collapse inevitable?
iLCP Fellow Robin Moore led an expedition to find species missing for decades in the remote cloud forests of northwest Guatemala.