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Rob A.


Albany, CA

Member since:

August 8, 2014

What does "conservation photography" mean to you?

Conservation photography is the use of photography to communicate the wonders of the natural world to others, ideally for communicating the natural history and habitats of species, and ultimately working towards encouraging the public to appreciate and value the natural world.

What is your favorite subject matter?

I enjoy all wildlife and landscape photography, but am most drawn to aquatic habitats and waterbirds.

What camera do you currently use?

Nikon D300 and D700


I am an aquatic ecologist with broad interests in natural history and geomorphic processes. I enjoy exploring the behavior of wildlife through photographs; wildlife photography makes me a better biologist.

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