Archive for category: Wildlife Art
This stunning painting, Winters Beauty, is by John Bye, who is from Coventry, United Kingdom. When I first stumbled...
Night WatchmanBrent Fewell, , Species Protection, Wildlife Art, Aldo Leopold, Blue Lion Blog, conservation, John Mead, owl, wildlife, 0
“Our ability to perceive quality in nature begins, as in art, with the pretty. It expands through successive stages...
Night Heron on the ProwlBrent Fewell, , Species Protection, Wildlife Art, Aldo Leopold, nature, Night Heron, photography, Richard Wear, wildlife, 0
“A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, the stability, and beauty of the biotic community....
Nature’s Simple BeautiesBrent Fewell, , Species Protection, Wildlife Art, Aldo Leopold, Don Wagner, environment, nature, wildlife, wildlife photography, 0
“There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot.” ― Aldo Leopold Seek out and...
Nature, Worth ConservingBrent Fewell, , Species Protection, Wildlife Art, Elk, photography, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Scott McKinley, wildlife, Yellowstone, 2
By Brent Fewell A masterful and moving video by Scott McKinley Productions, produced for a great organization, Rocky Mountain...
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