What are our Fellows doing? May 2019

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The June issue of Outdoor Photographer features the iLCP expeditions to Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, with a cover article written by Peter Mather.

The National Wildlife Federation and Ranger Rick Magazine have announced that Javier Aznar is the 2018 Ranger Rick Photographer of the Year.

Emanuele Biggi was the overall winner of the Close-up Photographer of the Year 2019.

Doug Gimesy has a photo featured in the May edition of The Big Issue on Grey-headed Flying-foxes  – Fly by Night. He has images in Australian Geographic’s 150th special edition feature on the Plight of the Platypus, a piece in Australian Photography: ‘Behind the lens,’ and a piece in Australian Photography: ‘Before you take that shot’

Amy Gulick’s new book, “The Salmon Way: An Alaska State of Mind” explores and celebrates the relationships among people and wild salmon in Alaska. The book has garnered strong media attention since its release May 1. She also had an article titled “The Salmon Way” published in the June issue of Outdoor Photographer Magazine.

Sergio Izquierdo released his National Geographic book, “Guatemala Salvaje,” that shows  the beauty of this country’s wildlife  as well as some conservation efforts, and the main threats for the environment, such as plastic pollution, climate change and illegal logging in the jungle, narco-livestock and drug trafficking.
Katie Schuler’s documentary short, “Nigerians fight to protect the world’s most trafficked mammal,” premiered in the digital June issue of National Geographic magazine. Join the fight by visiting Pangolincrisisfund.org
Jason Houston has a feature story in the summer issue of Nature Conservancy Magazine on a community-led fisheries management program in Ancón, Peru. Jason first began photographing this story in 2015 when he fell in love with the small fishing town 50kms north of Lima.
Shane Gross’ image is on the cover of the May issue of Scuba Diving Magazine along with a story about Eleuthera diving and conservation.