Gratitude to generous photographers
Thank you, photographers!
We’re grateful to the many skilled nature photographers who love the Feather River Country and are generously contributing the use of their images to this website. The beauty you capture inspires us all to conserve these special lands and waters. Thank you for your generosity!
Andrew Wright, Lighthawkphoto.com
Bud Turner, WildLight Photography
Jessica Murgia-Compton, JMC Photography
Shannon Morrow, Westfire Photography
Please note: these images are used by permission in support of FRLT’s conservation efforts. Please contact the photographer for other permissions or purchases.
Thank you also to FRLT staff who contribute wonderful photos.
I'm inspired by FRLT's work to preserve valuable lands and ecological treasures for generations to come. I want to use my images to support FRLT's conservation ideals. I am honored to be a partner and do my small part.
—Andy Wright, Lighthawkphoto
The trick isn’t to take the picture, it’s to see the picture. Look around. If there’s something that interests you, take the photo. Take more than one. Really look at the world you’re in.
Want to donate your talents to support our mission?
If you’re a photographer and are interested in donating images for our media and communications, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matching opportunity: Make a gift by December 31 and double your conservation impact for the Feather River region.
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