Wildlife Conservation Exhibit
Art Wolfe's wildlife photography: Closer than you have ever been . . . but may never really be.
The Puget Sound’s unique biodiversity is at risk. Habitat destruction, over-fishing, increased toxin levels and global warming all combine to form an inhospitable environment for several species unique to this region. Astoundingly, even our vast system of National Parks is no longer a safe natural haven. Enter the National Parks Conservation Association. In this exhibition, the images of acclaimed photographer Art Wolfe, geographic keys, and informative copy, all worked together to teach naturalists and concerned citizens about the issues facing the region’s complex ecosystem. For the many people moved into action that very moment, there was also a notepad of letters addressed to Congressmen. Thematic postcards, posters, banners, and private event invitations were also created to promote the exhibition.
All photography generously provided by Art Wolfe.