Your Photos Can Make a Difference!
Learn how through our “Spotlight on Conservation” articles, blogs, and presentations written by GNPA members to help promote the importance of photography for conservation.
Photography is valuable to conservation in many ways including raising awareness, creating an emotional connection, telling a story, and creating visual imagery of the importance of our natural world – animals, plants, ecosystems, habitats, and much more – imagery that can enlighten and help inspire action to aid conservation efforts.
SPOTLIGHT ON CONSERVATION
Nesting season of our protected and vulnerable shore birds and sea turtles is in full swing, and so are summer beach vacations.
June 20 – 26 is National Pollinator Week 2022! Sponsored by Pollinator Partnership, Pollinator Week hopes to raise awareness of pollinators and encourage action to protect them.
Photographers and nature lovers all across the nation head out into the natural world on June 15th each year, which is designated as Nature Photography Day! The GNPA is excited to celebrate this special day and encourage all who can to enjoy the day by capturing nature related images!
Resources for “Gardening for Life: Creating a backyard refuge for insects, plants, birds and photographers.”
Resource page for “Gardening for Life: Creating a backyard refuge for insects, plants, birds and photographers.” This document provides links to webpages and
The GBBC starts Friday, 2/18! Be a part of the GLOBAL EVENT! Report your counts! Share your images! Watch the live map as the submitted count numbers grow!
“There are those who can live without wild things, and those who cannot. I am of those who cannot.” Aldo Leopold’s words have always rung true for me, and not only
Project FeederWatch! It’s not too late to join the 2021-22 FeederWatch Season, which began in mid-November and continues into April, 2022.
Two great organizations – GNPA and the Georgia Sierra Club – are teaming up to spend a year celebrating the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.