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Rescooped by Harish Raja from Outdoor Education: The World is Our Classroom!

Nature, Wildlife and Landscape Photography Resource

Nature, Wildlife and Landscape Photography Resource | Photography |
An online nature photography resource dedicated to the art and technique of nature, wildlife and landscape photography.

Via Jen Lavigne
Jen Lavigne's curator insight, February 25, 2013 2:33 PM

What I love about this site is that these high-quality pictures are honest. The up-close floral and animal shots depict the compex detail of nature while the panoramic photos of landscapes show the destruction caused by environmental decay and human pollution. Teachers and students can browse through the photos for extension purposes: draw/paint replicates of the photo, draw/paint/snap of photo of nature in your local area (or the lack of nature), have class debate on environmental issue, develop environmental initiatives for stewardship, etc. So many activities can stem from these photos provided.


Rescooped by Harish Raja from Cayo Scoop! Cayo's E-magazine!

Belize Tops Wildlife Adventure List

Belize Tops Wildlife Adventure List | Photography |

Belize was listed first on the list of Best Wildlife Travel Adventures.  Of course, due to Cayo, where the wildlife is.  The picture is of the Twin Falls, taken from La Capitana pontoon boat on Lake Benque.


"Located on the northeastern coast of Central America, Belize is brimming with unique and exciting wildlife.  There are approximately 145 species of mammals, 139 species of reptiles and amphibians, and over 500 species of birds that call the Latin American country home.  Belize contains remarkable protected parks and coastal cays abundant with indigenous wildlife.  To see some of Belize’s rarest animals, such as Baird’s tapirs and scarlet macaws, a tour guide is required, but many exotic animals can be spotted all around the tropical paradise.  Swim with sharks and stingrays in the crystal-clear Caribbean waters, and make sure to visit the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, which is recognized internationally as the world’s first jaguar preserve."

Via Best of Cayo
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