Discover the artistic journey of Robin Dintiman in an enlightening talk where she will unpack the intricacies of her current exhibit, “Water and Dreams.” Focusing on her large-scale analog photographs of the Laguna de Santa Rosa, the discussion will provide … Read more
Learn the ins and outs of bird photography with international renowned wildlife and conservation photographer Sebastian Kennerknecht in this workshop series! Mix and match the sessions you are most interested in learning about. All sessions will be from 6:00pm-7:30pm Pacific … Read more
Or at least there’s one in Moraga that can, as this video shows.
Photographer Doug Gillard witnessed the female eagle bringing in the first fuzzy, gray baby bird, but he assumed it was dinner for the eaglet.
Stories about abalone, bobcats, underground rivers, newts, two-headed worms, out-of-place birds, acorns, shrews, moles, shrew-moles, and clams with a purpose.
You don’t have to go far. But it helps to spend all your spare time in the woods. That’s what Vishal Subramanyan, 20, does.
With Bay of Life, Frans Lanting and Christine Eckstrom wanted to go past Monterey Bay’s natural beauty to explore its past, present and possible futures.
Taking better pictures means empathizing with wild animals, writes photographer Sarah Killingsworth
An interview with Frans Lanting, an internationally renowned wildlife photographer who moved to Santa Cruz 30 years ago and never looked back.
In a battle among feathered titans over a delectable carcass, ask yourself: Can you truly feel bad for vultures?