Wildlife photography - Sand Cat

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Wildlife photography - Lions in the Grass James has been directly and indirectly involved with wildlife conservation for the majority of his professional career.  The research James has done in animal reproduction and his interest in photography have been geared toward conserving wildlife and the natural spaces they inhabit.  James has become both personally and professionally acquainted with the organizations listed below and can assure that contributions are used as they should be; to help save the animals!  A portion of the proceeds from James’ photography goes to help support these organizations.

 

      "The main focus of my research involves reproduction, specifically assisted reproductive techniques including, in vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, and embryo cryopreservation.  Over the years I have had the chance to work with other conservationists directly involved with endangered animals.  I support the endeavors of the organizations listed below."  

                                                    --James Stachecki

 


Click on the name of the organization to access their web page and find out more about the work they do.

 

AfriCat Foundation

     AfriCat is geared towards conserving Namibia's large carnivores including: cheetahs, leopards, lions, and the African wild dog.  Lise Hanssen, founder of AfriCat, has worked for more than a decade to save these endangered animals.  

 

 

Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)

     have known Laurie Marker, the director and founder of CCF, for over 10 years.  It is truly remarkable what she has achieved in the short period of time that CCF has been around.  Because of her hard work and dedication, countless cheetahs have been saved from almost certain death.  Visit CCF’s web site to find out more about what work is being done to save the world’s fastest cat.

 

 

S.O.S. Care

     Pat Quillen, the founder of S.O.S. Care, is one of the most knowledgeable people in the world about small exotic cats.  She has been very successful in breeding and raising these endangered animals.  She is working worldwide to help other researchers and institutions care for their cats, as well as run her own private facility.  

 

 

Endangered Wildlife Trust

    The EWT was founded in 1973 in order to conserve the diversity of plant and animal species in southern Africa.  The strategy for achieving this is to initiate and fund projects that make a significant contribution to the maintenance of biodiversity.  They aim to prevent species extinction, promote sustainable management of species and link action to conserve species with the conservation of their habitats. 

 

 

Owens Foundation for Wildlife Conservation

     Mark and Delia Owens have contributed greatly to the wildlife conservation worldwide.  Their foundation promotes wildlife conservation research, education, and wildlife resource protection and development with particular emphasis on threatened species and their habitats in Africa.  Mark and Delia began their conservation efforts in 1974 in Africa and are currently working to conserve grizzly bears in the northwestern United States.  

 

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