Rwenzori © Day's Edge Productions
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Rwenzori’s Vanishing Ice

March 23, 2017 | By Nate Dappen / Photography By Neil Losin & Nate Dappen
Retracing the steps of The Snows of the Nile to document the effects of climate change in the "Mountains of the Moon"
Rusty-patched bumble bee by Clay Bolt
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Speaking For A Species

March 7, 2017 | Text & Photography By Clay Bolt
How I overcame my fear of filmmaking to help protect one of North America’s rarest bees
Ermine and aspens by Tom Mangelsen
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Winter Narratives

February 16, 2017 | By Todd Wilkinson / Photography By Tom Mangelsen
Tom Mangelsen’s approach to wildlife photography leads viewers to deeper stories
Night time-lapse photography - Goblin Valley
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Star Struck: Night Time-Lapse Photography

December 8, 2016 | By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By Shane Black
How Shane Black got hooked on bringing still images to life through night time-lapse photography
Colorado Fall Color - San Juan Mountains
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Colorado Fall Color Pilgrimage

December 8, 2016 | Text & Photography By Glenn Randall
A turn-by-turn guide to experiencing Colorado’s spectacular fall color displays
Autumn In The Northeast - Acadia National Park
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Autumn In The Northeast

December 8, 2016 | Text & Photography By Jerry Monkman
Suggested places to find picturesque views in this iconic region for fall color
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Ten National Parks For Fall Foliage

November 9, 2016 | Text & Photography By QT Luong
Favorite national parks to find vibrant fall color — and it’s not just the parks you’d expect
Aerial photography by Christopher Boyer
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Help From Above: Aerial Photography For Science

October 24, 2016 | Text & Photography By Christopher Boyer
Aerial photography makes it possible to collect data for conservation research that would be difficult, if not impossible, to get on foot or by other means
conservation photography Justin Black
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Critical Exposure

October 18, 2016 | Text & Photography By Justin Black
Photography has often played an important role in conservation efforts, helping to influence legislation and land policy to preserve wild places
Rio Cuchujaqui by Jack Dykinga
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Jack Dykinga: Enduring Images

October 17, 2016 | By David Leland Hyde / Photography By Jack Dykinga
An interview with celebrated nature photographer and 2017 NANPA Lifetime Achievement award winner Jack Dykinga
© Jason Bradley
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Monochrome Vision

September 22, 2016 | Text & Photography By Jason Bradley
Why black and white is the best palette for my photography
A fast click of the shutter, just as this male lion approached the female, captured a powerful moment. Maasai Mara, Kenya.
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Exploring Infrared Photography

September 9, 2016 | Text & Photography By Piper Mackay
Challenge yourself creatively by capturing light outside the visible spectrum

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Whitewater Adventure

August 4, 2016 | Text & Photography By Josh Miller
Exploring the photo opportunities of rafting the Alsek River
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Take The Scenic Route

August 2, 2016 | Text & Photography By Chris Miele
Make the most of photo opportunities on your next road trip
Aerial view, Disko Bay, Ilulissat, Greenland
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Intimately Experiencing Ice

July 7, 2016 | By William Sawalich
Few places on the planet remain truly exotic, all but entirely unexplored. Greenland, the second-largest island on earth, is one of these rare places.
Logan Pass, Going-to-the-Sun Road
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Parks For The People

July 4, 2016 | By William Sawalich
George Grant toiled in obscurity for nearly three decades as the first official photographer of the National Park Service. Ren and Helen Davis want to make sure his story isn’t lost to history
Redwood National Park
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Philip Hyde: The Art Of Making National Parks

June 28, 2016 | By David Leland Hyde, Photography By Philip Hyde
Philip Hyde’s photography continues to inspire the conservation of America’s treasures
A New Perspective On The Parks
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A New Perspective On The Parks

June 13, 2016 | By Ben Horton
For unique photo opportunities, leave the signs behind
Misadventures In Landscape Photography
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Misadventures In Landscape Photography

May 31, 2016 | By Miles Morgan
How a shared passion can create lifelong friendships
Wildlife Of The Great Plains
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Wildlife Of The Great Plains

March 16, 2016 | Text & Photography By Michael Forsberg
A lingering wildness worth protecting still survives on America’s prairies
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