Photographs of Biodiversity and Extinction

24 Jun

by the EF! Journal Collective

Joel Sartore is a photographer, educator and chronicler of the extinction crisis. Three of his recent collections describe, through vivid images, what we are losing, at a rate of 100 species every day. These are visual reminders of what is at stake if we fail to act. Please take a moment to check out these galleries.

Rare: Portraits of America’s Endangered Species 

The Biodiversity Project

Vanishing: Amphibian Extinction

Captive northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) in a clearcut near Merlin, Oregon. Habitat loss and climate change are the two primary factors leading to the extinction of species. (US: Threatened) (Image ID: ESA001-00037)


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