Did you know? The Missouri program of The Nature Conservancy has protected nearly 150,000 acres of critically important natural habitat? Their science-based approach to choosing important and biologically diverse habitats combined with their ability to work with private individuals, governments, corporations and a variety of other organizations has enabled them to protect forests/woodlands, savannahs/prairies and freshwater habitats across our great state. Their annual update was released recently and in it are a few photographs I donated for it’s use. Please have a read to see what The Nature Conservancy has been up to in Missouri this past year. And please, do give some thought of making a charitable donation for your new-years plans.
Technical details: Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera, EF17-40mm f/4L USM @ 40mm, ISO 100, f/14, 1/10 sec