DR. JANE GOODALL’S “50 YEARS OF CHIMPANZEES” FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES

Jane Goodall went to the Gombe Stream Reserve near Lake Tanganyika in East Africa when she was 26. By living among the animals and quietly recording their interactions, she was able to show that the chimp world included love, hate, fear, jealousy, tool use, brutality, even warfare. More >

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION PHOTOGRAPHERS NIGHTGALLERY AT FOTOWEEKDC!

November 6-13th Washington DC will be transformed into a gallery with beautiful photographic images projected on the faces of buildings throughout the city. “Life Lives Here,” is combined work of nine photographers, including Thomas D. Mangelsen’s photo essay “American West, a Disappearing Landscape.

MANGELSEN STORY IN WYOMING’S 307 MAGAZINE

In the world of wildlife and nature photography, one person has made it his life-long passion to help preserve our fragile earth with powerful images of nature from all corners of the world. Thomas D. Mangelsen is one of the world’s premier nature photographers… PDF download (564KB) >