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Stretched Canvas

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Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print

Finding Species Inc, Takoma Park, MD
Member Since October 2007
Artist Statement An US based non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Finding Species uses compelling and original professional-grade photographic images, technology, and on-the-ground field experience to “give a face to biodiversity,” promoting the conservation of threatened species and habitats.

Finding Species, by combining art, science and advocacy, bridges the gap between scientists, conservationists and the public, to advance science, empower conservation campaigns and enhance environmental education programs. Active field work in the US and in Latin America’s tropical forests has produced traveling exhibitions, scientific publications, field guide books, websites and species databases for public education and countless uses.

Photographs are powerful tools to communicate about conservation and have played a compelling role in the creation of several signature National Parks in the United States and around the world. Given the amount and sophistication of visual information that individuals see today, the value of visually stunning conservation tools are indispensable to conservation campaigns.


Product No 849521
Tags Central America, Finding Species, Inc, Leopardus pardalis, Scientific Photography, Zoological Photography, amazon, big cat, cat, climbing, felis, forest, grassland, habitat, nocturnal, north america, ocelot, photography, predator, prey, south america, swamp, tree, zoological, zoology