I volunteer for wildlife surveys several times a year. These are opportunities to get away from the desk and air conditioning, and commune with nature in the company of other nature geeks, from whom I learn so many things. Wildlife surveys are also opportunities to study and photograph wildlife, and to help nature-based organizations understand how conservation land is being used, and by which species. Yesterday’s foray into the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary had us counting butterflies for NABA. I was able to get some decent shots for environmental education purposes. Check out the Flickr slideshow, below.
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