Posts Tagged ‘krista schlyer’

Views from the Photo Desk: Uncloaking the Mystery of Bats

October 10, 2019 09:54 AM
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Views from the Photo Desk is a monthly selection of captivating images from the iLCP Image Bank curated by our Visual Assets Coordinator. Bats are one of the most mysterious and least understood groups of mammals. Bats provide a valuable service to people – the main prey of many bat species is insects including mosquitoes, beetles, […]

Saving a Crown Jewel

February 02, 2018 07:13 PM
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Read our newest blog posting from iLCP Fellow Krista Schlyer on National Geographic Voices. “There are some places in this world where life and beauty effervesce from the ground itself, places we simply cannot lose. There are landscapes where lines must be drawn in the proverbial sand and we must say, no, you will not take […]

Embattled Borderlands

March 03, 2017 09:00 AM
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iLCP Featured Fellow – Krista Schlyer

Krista Schlyer is an award-winning photographer and writer focusing on conservation, biodiversity and public lands. She has worked throughout North America, from the arid lands of the American West to the urban rivers of Washington DC, and is drawn to the cause of underdogs, prairie dogs, and all things wild. Schlyer is a Senior Fellow […]

National Parks: Celebrating a Sentinel of American Memory

February 02, 2016 11:58 AM
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iLCP Fellow Krista Schlyer reflects on her memories of US National Parks, as she launches her latest book: “Almost Anywhere.”