Jul 22, 2014

Poaching Crisis in Sumatra

Jul 22, 2014

Poaching Crisis in Sumatra

Habitat loss, poaching and conflict with humans combine to see more and more elephants displaced, snared, shot and poisoned as they attempt to travel along the migration corridors their herds have been following for generations.
Jul 17, 2014
Absaroka-Beartooth Front: Yellowstone’s wild front porch
Jul 17, 2014
Absaroka-Beartooth Front: Yellowstone’s wild front porch
"Thanks in great part to Showalter and iLCP’s 2011 expedition’s focus on the Absaroka-Beartooth Front, nearly 1 million acres beyond the 1.4 million acres of already-protected wilderness in Wyoming are to be exempt from oil and gas development."
Jun 11, 2014

Healthy Reefs and Healthy Communities

Jun 11, 2014

Healthy Reefs and Healthy Communities

"Though I didn’t speak Spanish, I knew these people’s concerns because those of us raised by the sea speak the same language."
May 16, 2014
Cowboys and Indians Stand Together Against Keystone XL
May 16, 2014
Cowboys and Indians Stand Together Against Keystone XL
"... Reject and Protect, a five-day gathering of the Cowboy Indian Alliance: a coalition of tribal members, ranchers, and landowners which over the past forty years has come together again and again to fight industrial incursions onto their...
May 7, 2014

Diggers in the Dark

May 7, 2014

Diggers in the Dark

They are rarely seen, even by people who live in close proximity to them. In fact, the only real sign of their existence is often the presence of large, unexplained holes in the ground.
Apr 25, 2014

Saving Goat Islands!

Apr 25, 2014

Saving Goat Islands!

"One of the largest questions surrounding the proposed project is, why, when alternative sites such as the existing Kingston Harbour exist, has Portland Bight Protected Area been chosen? "
Feb 25, 2014
Conflict Coast: Mozambique’s Primeiras E Segundas Archipelago
Feb 25, 2014
Conflict Coast: Mozambique’s Primeiras E Segundas Archipelago
Empty-handed, fisherman Fome Ali Buri gestures out to sea with the words “It’s over. The ocean is finished. When we fish, all we catch is sand.”
Feb 18, 2014

On the Trail of the Pygmy Raccoon

Feb 18, 2014

On the Trail of the Pygmy Raccoon

"Every species, in my view, deserves its own headlines, especially one like this, perched on the edge of oblivion."
Feb 11, 2014

Photographing the End of the Kreef

Feb 11, 2014

Photographing the End of the Kreef

“It is currently estimated that numbers of rock lobster on the West Coast of South Africa are perilously low, at only three percent of their original pre-exploitation or pristine levels.”
Jan 7, 2014

4000 species of North American Bees

Jan 7, 2014

4000 species of North American Bees

"It is time for Americans to recognize the important contributions and charming nature of our native bees. Not only do they make it possible for crops to grow, but many also happen to be visually appealing as well, which is a nice plus for anyone."
May 7, 2014

Protected Natural Area for Sale

May 7, 2014

Protected Natural Area for Sale

If negative press around the sale of Portland Bight Protected Area could influence whether tourists choose to visit Jamaica or take their vacations elsewhere, this just could tip the scales in averting an ecological catastrophe.
Apr 15, 2014
Michele Westmorland's Headhunt Revisited on National Geographic News Watch
Apr 15, 2014
Michele Westmorland's Headhunt Revisited on National Geographic News Watch
Apr 10, 2014
Asociación Mundial de Fotógrafos de Naturaleza Preocupados por Amenazas del Parque Eólico Chiloé
Apr 10, 2014
Asociación Mundial de Fotógrafos de Naturaleza Preocupados por Amenazas del Parque Eólico Chiloé
Feb 11, 2014
An Interview with iLCP Fellow Chris Linder
Feb 11, 2014
An Interview with iLCP Fellow Chris Linder
"I believe that people will ultimately make the right choices. The problem is, they may not even be aware of the issues. That’s where conservation photographers come in."
Jan 31, 2014

An Interview with Alexandra Garcia

Jan 31, 2014

An Interview with Alexandra Garcia

A great image will capture a story. If you asked our photographers, many would tell you that first and foremost they are storytellers. The photographs that they take do more than document the facts; they are a basis for a whole narrative.
Jan 8, 2014

An Interview with iLCP

Jan 8, 2014

An Interview with iLCP

"What drives all of our iLCP photographers, staff and partners, is a great passion for our planet and all of the beings upon it."
Jan 8, 2014

Kevin Schafer and the Pygmy Raccoon

Jan 8, 2014

Kevin Schafer and the Pygmy Raccoon

"This critically endangered species is tiny, adorable and found on just one island on the planet — with only about 500 of them left. So what are we doing to save them?"
Dec 10, 2013
Octavio Aburto's Close Encounter with Crocodiles
Dec 10, 2013
Octavio Aburto's Close Encounter with Crocodiles
"When I turned around, it was nearly over me, and I had to wedge my camera between the crocodile and myself. Although there was very little time to think about what was happening, I never felt that the animal would attack me."
Dec 6, 2013
iLCP Photos Help Save the Great Bear Rainforest
Dec 6, 2013
iLCP Photos Help Save the Great Bear Rainforest
“It doesn’t matter how many millions of dollars Enbridge may spend on ads, we know that our real wealth lies in clean, nutritious fish and sustainable coastal jobs.” – Luanne Roth, Prince Rupert resident
Nov 1, 2013

Oregon Expedition in Outside Magazine

Nov 1, 2013

Oregon Expedition in Outside Magazine

This campaign was designed to conserve ancient forests in SW Oregon by securing a range of conservation designations, from wilderness and wild rivers to restored watersheds and rehabilitated forest—all with species conservation as the primary...