Adult barred owl (Strix varia) close up portrait of the owl sitting in tree in the woods on a spring morning in North Carolina.

Stand of trees in woods as part of a vegetation restoration to help grow new plants among the trees in the woods at James River National Wildlife Refuge in Hopewell, Virginia.

My Conservation Photography Projects

As a conservation wildlife and nature photographer, I work closely on several projects that are important and special to me. These conservation photography projects are Virginia Wildlife Corridors and Crossings and my personal conservation project in my backyard with my Butterfly Habitat Oasis Project. Check out my projects page to learn more about these conservation efforts. In addition, my wildlife and nature images are used by several non-profit organizations on newsletters, social media, blogs and marketing publications.

Red fox kit standing straight ahead, vertical

Field Notes Blog

Field Notes Blog is a wildlife and nature conservation photography blog where Lori shares field notes, photography tips, news and updates on her projects and her journey in conservation photography.

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Meet Lori A Cash

Lori is a conservationist, wildlife and nature photographer, writer and blogger who focuses her efforts on sharing her wildlife and nature photography and her visual storytelling to inspire others to appreciate and advocate for the natural world.

Lori has a special interest in advocating for wildlife and nature conservation in the Commonwealth of Virginia especially working on Virginia’s Wildlife Corridors and Crossings.

Home page of Lori A Cash Wildlife and Nature Conservation Photographer, Visual Storyteller, Writer and Blogger.

Latest Articles by Lori A Cash

Lori A Cash, wildlife and nature conservation photographer, in the field looking for wildlife to photograph on an early autum morninging at Blacktail Ponds Overlook at the Grand Teton National Park.

Journey of A Lifelong Dream Realized

A distressed barred owl (Strix varia) fledgling in tree hissing at photographers loudly talking as they stood closely to the fledgling on a spring morning in North Carolina.

Tips for Responsible Photography of Bird and Wildlife Nesting Seasons

Published on Responsible Photography Collective Blog-05/30/2023

Brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) bathing in the water on a late winter evening in Mill Creek at Phoebus Waterfront Park in Hampton, Virginia.

Contact Lori

For inquires, ask questions, or to leave comments, you can reach Lori at her email below or through her social media accounts listed below. If interested in having Lori speak to your photography club or organization on conservation photography or wildlife and nature photography topics, you may contact her below at her email.

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