August 12, 2021 Virginia Conservation Network (VCN) released its annual policy Briefing Book called Our Common Agenda. The 2022 annual publication of Our Common Agenda has my red fox kit as the cover photo. My image is the cover photo as the result of being the winner of the 2022 Our Common Agenda Photo Contest.Continue reading “Images Published in 2022 Our Common Agenda by Virginia Conservation Network”
I am very excited and honored to announce that my image of a red fox kit was selected as the grand prize winner of the 2022 Our Common Agenda Photo Contest held by Virginia Conservation Network.
July 14, 2021 The monarch butterfly has been in decline these past two decades, and we need to protect the this species. This decline is due to habitat loss, climate change and due to the use of pesticides. The monarch butterfly is also known as the milkweed butterfly. As part of the monarch’s habitat lossContinue reading “Ways to Protect the Monarch Butterfly”
Protecting birds from fishing lines, lures and hooks is critical to the welfare of birds and keeping birds safe from injury or death from these items.
Last Sunday, during the Summer Solstice, I was in the field at Lake Drummond an hour before the sunrise. Lake Drummond’s Wildlife Drive opened up early at 4:45 am for a few days during the Summer Solstice. I had never been to Lake Drummond before and found this opportunity hard to pass up. The LakeContinue reading “In the Field During Summer Solstice at Lake Drummond”
June 13, 2021 This month, June 2021, I began volunteering with Wild Virginia which is a non-profit organization located here in Virginia. As a volunteer with Wild Virginia, I currently serve as a member of their communications team. I look forward to helping Wild Virginia to spread the word about their conservation work in VirginiaContinue reading “Volunteering with Wild Virginia”
June 02, 2021 Over the Memorial Day weekend, Keep Norfolk Beautiful held a Great American Cleanup event called Beachside Litter Challenge in Norfolk, Virginia. The purpose is to love our beaches by putting litter in its place. Picking up litter and caring for our environment we can make our world a better place for allContinue reading “Caring for the Environment with Beachside Litter Challenge with Keep Norfolk Beautiful”
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.
May 21, 2021 On Monday, May 24th at 4pm EST I will be interviewed by Marsha Wietecha on the Born to Talk Radio Show Podcast discussing my journey in wildlife and nature photography as well as my conservation photography. In addition, I will be sharing a little more personal information about me. I hope youContinue reading “My Upcoming Interview on Born to Talk Radio Show Podcast”
An Unusual Nesting Site for an American Oystercatcher Pair post on Field Notes Blog by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography.