International League for Conservation Photographers
Established in 2005, the International League of Conservation Photographers is a U.S. based non-profit organization whose mission is to further environmental and cultural conservation through photography. Our programs are built on the participation and contributions of our Fellows, an elite group of the world’s top wildlife, nature and culture photographers who, in addition to displaying remarkable photographic skills, have each demonstrated a deep commitment to conservation efforts around the globe. As a collective body, our goal is to use the art of high-quality photography to encourage people to take action in support of tangible and meaningful conservation measures.
The North American Nature Photography Association
Photographing and protecting the natural environment is one of NANPA's main missions. Towards this end, NANPA tries to keep members abreast of important environmental news, resources, and issues requiring member advocacy.
Carolina Nature Photography Association
CNPA has a variety of benefits and opportunities available to its membership that support the needs of all levels of photographers. As you look at this list we hope you will find many benefits that will make you want to join CNPA. 10 regional groups located in North and South Carolina that typically meet monthly to plan photo outings, photo workshops, gallery shows, and the occasional group project.
Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America's most visited national par
Appalachian Highlands Science Learning Center
The mission of the Appalachian Highlands Science Learning Center at Purchase Knob is to increase the amount and effectiveness of research in the Appalachian highlands network parks that meet management needs while increasing public access to and understanding and appreciation of these research activities.
Highlands Biological Station
To foster education and research focused on the rich natural heritage of the Highlands Plateau, while preserving and celebrating the integrity of the "biological crown of the southern Appalachian Mountains."
Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology
The Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) at Harvard University is a center for research and education focused on the comparative relationships of animal life.
Audubon South Carolina
Audubon South Carolina's Habitat Conservation Areas (HCAs) are discreet geographical areas upon which we focus most of our bird and habitat conservation efforts. Substantially aligned with the South Carolina Habitat Conservation Plan, HCAs are places rich in quality bird habitat and with abundant birds.
McAlhany Nature Preserve
The Charleston chapter manages the McAlhany Nature Preserve. This beautiful 367acre property on the Edisto River near St. George, SC was donated to the Charleston Natural History Society (CNHS) in 1986
The Mary Raoul FitzPatrick Internship with DLIA in the Smokies