Via Piotr’s excellent blog, The Smaller Majority: During the last few days I was supposed to be a member of a team of photographers and scientists, whose job was to document the biodiversity of animals and plants of the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. This event, organized and sponsored by the National Park Service and National Geographic Society, aims to bring together scientists, naturalists, students, and all people interested in nature, to create a snapshot of the incredible [...]
The MYN team just returned from an action-packed weekend working in Rocky Mountain National Park as part of National Geographic’s 2012 BioBlitz. MYN and iLCP team members Karine Aigner, Clay Bolt, Krista Schlyer joined scientists and volunteers at several sites during the event including Lily Lake and Iceberg pass, which is an Alpine Tundra ecosystem due to the elevation. Team members Neil Losin and Kevin FitzPatrick were also on-site as active participants in the event. Neil made a wonderful discovery [...]
Meet Your Neighbours Photographers and the International League of Conservation Photographers team up to photograph National Geographic Society’s 2012 BioBlitz at Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Meet Your Neighbours Photographers and the International League of Conservation Photographers team up to photograph National Geographic Society’s 2012 BioBlitz at Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Greenville, South Carolina – August 16 , 2012 – Meet Your Neighbours is pleased to announce a partnership with the International League of Conservation Photographers to photograph species found at the 2012 BioBlitz at Rocky Mountain National Park for the National Geographic Society. National Geographic will be conducting a new BioBlitz [...]
Founded in 2009, Meet Your Neighbours™ is a worldwide photographic initiative created by Niall Benvie and Clay Bolt. The project is dedicated to reconnecting people with the wildlife on their own doorsteps – and enriching their lives in the process. These creatures and plants are vital to people: they represent the first, and for some, the only contact with wild nature we have. Yet too often they are overlooked, undervalued. How does Meet Your Neighbours make this reconnection? Through producing [...]