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Learn how to photograph wildlife ethically

Thursday, August 18, 2022 by Tai Moses

Photography is a powerful tool that can reach large audiences to convey critical messages about conservation and endangered species. Even well-meaning photographers, however, can unintentionally harm wildlife or their habitats in pursuit of the perfect image. Jennifer Leigh Warner, a Central Texas wildlife photographer who is the ethics committee chair for the North American Nature Photography Association, will be helming the next installment of the Wild Neighbors Speaker Series. She’ll “discuss guidelines and best practices for ethical nature and wildlife photography, sharing real-life examples and her own stories and images from the field.” Friday, Aug. 19, noon-1 p.m. Register for the webinar here. Missed any episodes of the Wild Neighbors Speaker Series? Find all of the archived videos on YouTube.

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