Link to My Interview with Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast

Link to Lori A Cash interview with Marsha Wietecha of Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast where Lori discusses her photography journey reveals her physical limitations to the photography world, and talks about her photography mentors plus much more.

An Unusual Nesting Site for an American Oystercatcher Pair

An Unusual Nesting Site for an American Oystercatcher Pair post on Field Notes Blog by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography.

Osprey Nesting at Fort Monroe National Monument in Hampton, Virginia

This spring I have been out to Fort Monroe National Monument on a regular basis photographing the nesting ospreys. There are at least 8 pairs of ospreys that have built nests at Fort Monroe on either nesting platforms along Mill Creek or on top of light poles around the grounds of Fort Monroe. There couldContinue reading “Osprey Nesting at Fort Monroe National Monument in Hampton, Virginia”

New Article Posted: Afternoon At the Beach With A Pied-Billed Grebe

I have posted a new photo story article that I have written called Afternoon At the Beach With A Pied-Billed Grebe. I had the pleasure a few years ago to spend a wonderful spring afternoon with this one pied-billed grebe I discovered at the beach in Nags Head on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.Continue reading “New Article Posted: Afternoon At the Beach With A Pied-Billed Grebe”

This Is Save The Seabirds Week Held By Audubon

Lori A Cash Conservation Photography website with Photo Galleries, Bio, Field Notes Blog and Contact info.

This Is Save The Seabirds Week held by Audubon blog post at Field Notes Blog by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography.

Welcome to My Field Notes Blog

Field Notes blog by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography is where I will share wildlife and nature conservation field notes of my experiences in the field, conservation information and news, conservation articles, updates on my conservation photography projects and how readers can help to protect our natural world.

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