Photography

By Jeremy Radachowsky As a child, I spent hours poring through pictures of wildlife in books and magazines. My most treasured possession was a field guide to reptiles and amphibians, its page corners deeply worn from my thumbs. It was the first real book I ever read cover to cover (multiple times, at that!) but…

Wildlife

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From Jan. 9 – 12, the National Geographic Society welcomed renowned photographers for its annual Photography Seminar. The theme of this year’s seminar, “Photography for Change,” reflects the vital contributions photographers have made to National Geographic for almost 130 years as well as the increasingly critical role photography is playing in driving awareness, engagement and progress. Today, there are so many……

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As a child, the idea of finding a long-lost dinosaur was my greatest fantasy. As I grew older and learned more about our amazing biodiversity, the idea of rediscovering a more recently lost species took over. While stumbling across a thylacine or dodo in my home nation of South Africa was unlikely, I was lucky…

Wildlife

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  For the first time ever, you’re invited join a live streaming event at National Geographic’s annual Photography Seminar, at 11:45 a.m. and 4:15 p.m., ET, Thursday, Jan. 11, streaming through Facebook Live or Livestream. The Photography Seminar has been going on since 1967, when a group of photographers gathered in a small office at…

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By: Nejma Belarbi, based on an interview with Sean Gallagher published on Voices for Biodiversity The current rate of biodiversity loss has thrust the world into a sixth extinction event and much of the blame falls on humanity, as does the responsibility for combating the severe losses. Raising public awareness on the rapid extinction of…

Changing Planet

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Above: A portrait of a Sunda clouded leopard (Photo by Max Allen)   Sunda clouded leopards (Neofelis diardi) are part of the Panthera lineage of felids that includes African lions (Panthera leo), tigers (Panthera tigris), and jaguars (Panthera onca). These are among the most charismatic wildlife species, but Sunda clouded leopards are the least understood…

Wildlife

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Photography has been an indispensable tool in National Geographic’s nearly 130-year history of advancing global understanding and inspiring solutions for the greater good. A new exhibition, “Wild: Michael Nichols,” opening at the National Geographic Museum on Oct. 12, exemplifies the profound impact of visual storytelling, with stunning images of wildlife and wild places through the eyes of legendary National Geographic……

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WASHINGTON (Oct. 14, 2016)—A group of participants from the Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project (RYP) will learn to tell their stories through photography and writing during National Geographic Photo Camp (NGPC) Shenandoah National Park, Oct. 20-23. The camp, to be held in Shenandoah National Park, is a partnership between the National Geographic Society, the RYP and the Out……

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Today, National Geographic Live announces its fall 2016 season lineup featuring some of the best explorers, photographers and adventurers in their fields. The broad range of programming, which will be presented at National Geographic’s downtown headquarters, continues Nat Geo Live’s long-standing tradition of offering quality events featuring bold people and transformative ideas to multi-generational audiences in the Washington metropolitan region. This fall, for the……

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A group of Apsáalooke (Crow Indian) youth in Montana will learn to tell their stories through photography and writing during National Geographic Photo Camp (NGPC) Montana, June 8-12. The camp, to be held at Little Big Horn Community College on the Crow Native American Reservation in Montana, is a partnership between the National Geographic Society and the Crow Tribe. The goal……

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This post is the latest in the series  Kike Calvo’s visual diary as a National Geographic Expert on the South Georgia and Falklands Expedition aboard the National Geographic Explorer.  South Georgia always has a surprise for the explorers of the extreme south. And sometimes beyond the rugged grandeur of its breathtaking glaciers, surprises in the island come…

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By Rachel Bruton, National Geographic Staff National Geographic Emerging Explorer Jason de León is on a mission: Take 30 kids from the Arivaca community in southern Arizona and team them up with National Geographic photographers to tell the story of life on the US/Mexico border. The students will come from underserved communities that have grown…

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This post is the latest in the series  Kike Calvo’s visual diary as a National Geographic Expert on the South Georgia and Falklands Expedition aboard the National Geographic Explorer.  We made it back to the ship. After two days being exposed to the strong prevailing westerly winds, I can still feel the sensation of resisting…

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This post is the first of Kike Calvo’s visual diary as a National Geographic Expert on the South Georgia and Faulklands Expedition aboard the National Geographic Explorer.  As I walked into the National Geographic Explorer I was transported to a space of exploration and discovery.  A soft light was caressing the old atlases, all well lined…

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This post is the latest in the series Dreams of the World, which profiles interesting people Kike meets during his travels. Drones and Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Special Series.  If there is a question that gets asked over and over in the many emails I get in response to my Drones and Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Special Series, it is ¨What gear and…

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