Everglades and Birds with Chuck Haney

I have been traveling to south Florida in February for the past few years and have discovered a wealth of fantastic photo opportunities. The Everglades is such a unique ecosystem with its slow moving river of water in a sawgrass setting full of interesting mammals and birds. We’ll have time to shoot big landscapes along with Florida’s famous coastline and Everglades wetlands. Also, this tour will take advantage of the great birding in the area. We will hookup with local professional guides to photograph burrowing owls, numerous species of herons, hawks and wading birds that are fairly habituated to give us a better chance at bird photography success.

NANPA Weekly Wow: Dec 19-25

Intergalactic lens zoom of the Milky Way, Acadia State Park, Maine © David Francis

Intergalactic lens zoom of the Milky Way, Acadia National Park, Maine © David Francis

Each week www.nanpa.org highlights 7 images from the top 100 submissions of the 2016 NANPA Showcase competition. This week’s images are by:

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NANPA Weekly Wow: Sept 26 – Oct 2

Fox Mousing Jump: Peter Pan and His Shadow, Yellowstone National Park © Cindy Goeddel

Fox Mousing Jump: Peter Pan and His Shadow, Yellowstone National Park © Cindy Goeddel

Entry deadline today– Each week www.nanpa.org highlights 7 images from the top 100 submissions of the 2016 NANPA Showcase competition. This week’s images are by:

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NANPA Weekly Wow: Sept 5 – 11

© Wendy Kaveney

© Wendy Kaveney

Each week www.nanpa.org highlights 7 images from the top 100 submissions of the 2016 NANPA Showcase competition. This week’s images are by:

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PHOTOGRAPHER PROJECT: Guardians of the Everglades

Turtle Hatchling 8'x4' Sheer Panels at Audubon Gala ©ConnieBransilver   Human Being 8'x4' Sheer Panel at Audubon Gala ©Connie Bransilver Ghost Orchid Essence 8'x4' Sheer Panel ©ConnieBransilver

Endangered Species Sheer Panels

by Connie Bransilver

I have always been a conservationist and one who photographs to share the beauty and importance of nature and the place humans have in it. Because I also believe that carrots are more effective than sticks, I focus on the allure of nature.

For 25 years I have documented conservation. My passions have been primates—lemurs of Madagascar, chimpanzees of Africa and orangutans of Indonesia. Commissioned by a variety of NGOs, what was always critical for me was the human factor. My last assignment was for UNESCO-Asia covering World Heritage Sites. Beyond the iconic images, I was to understand and expose the effect of the local population on the site and the effect of the site and its visitors on the local population. Continue reading