Best National Parks for Wildlife Photography
Do you want to get into wildlife photography but not sure where to start? There’s nothing better than wildlife watching and wildlife photography at one of the best national parks in the US. You can make the most of the experience with the best camera for wildlife photography and wildlife photography tips from the experts.
Environmental Issues You Should Know About in 2021
Global environmental issues are frequently in the news and sometimes there seems to be so many that you feel like you have lost track of what is happening to our Earth. However, there are some environmental issues, examples including climate change and overfishing, that you really need to know about and there are things that we can all do to help.
Nature Trust of the Americas: Become a Nature Ambassador
The Nature Trust of the Americas, Inc. is an environmentally-focused organization that offers support and funding to foundations that are dedicated to planet and wildlife conservation. The company was started by Mark Wilkins and Rebecca Badger after they witnessed the devastation that humans wreak upon the home where they live in.
10 Endangered Species and What You Can Do to Revive Them
There are 41,415 animals on the IUCN Red List of critically endangered species, an unfortunate statistic that shows us just how much work we need to do to help wildlife thrive. In the US, the Endangered Species Act is a helpful guide to some endangered species, but to really help animals, we must focus our attention worldwide. There are lots of things you can do to help revive animals on the endangered species list—from donating your time or money to a worthwhile organization to supporting animal charities by supporting wildlife conservation efforts, like Untamed Photographer. All profits from our limited-edition prints go straight to environmental causes.
Beyond The Lens: Interview with Untamed Photographer's Melissa Groo
Melissa Groo is a wildlife photographer, writer, and conservationist with a passion for educating people about the marvels of the natural world. She believes that photography can be both fine art and a powerful vehicle for storytelling, and considers herself a “wildlife biographer” as much as a wildlife photographer.