Friday, December 20, 2013

Wildlife Photographer Determined to Photograph Endangered Species and Environments

Photographer Joel Sartore is a 20-year contributor to National Geographic magazine. His assignments have taken him to every continent to document the world's most beautiful and challenging environments. He is on a mission to document endangered species and landscapes, before they disappear, in order to show a world worth saving.

His book RARE: Portraits of America's Endangered Species features portraits of some of the country's most endangered species. "Some of them are likely to go extinct without people ever knowing they existed. Rare shows what we stand to lose if we don’t act now. The good news is that there is still time, and this book highlights what each of us can do to save these unique creatures —and ultimately ourselves."

A bog turtle at Zoo Atlanta.

Woodland Caribou. Less than 40 live in the United States since they rely on old-growth forest habitats.

An ocelot from the San Diego Zoo.

A polar bear from the Tulsa Zoo.

A California condor at the Phoenix Zoo.

A grey wolf at the New York State Zoo in Watertown, NY.

In addition to the work he has done for National Geographic, Joel has contributed to Audubon Magazine, Geo, TimeLifeNewsweekSports Illustrated and numerous book projects.

You can purchase his books and fine art prints here.

No comments:

Post a Comment