Wildlife Conservation through Fine Art Photography
Jared Lloyd is an award winning natural history photographer and science writer. At the heart of all things in his work is conservation. Key focuses that currently drive much of Jared Lloyd’s work at this time are environmental issues facing our coastlines, the adaptability of wildlife in Yellowstone to climate change, and the survival of amphibians across the neotropics.
Photography Workshops and Expeditions
Wildlife of Honduras
The biological diversity of Honduras is one of the best kept secrets of the Americas. Based out of the world famous Pico Bonito Lodge, we will have access to an extraordinary range of wildlife opportunities from margay to crocodiles to toucans.
March 11 – 17, 2018 | THREE SPACES LEFT
Wild Horses of the Carolina Coast
The oldest known population of wild horses in North America, all set to the sub-tropical backdrop of an island paradise. You simply cannot find these type of photographs in the wild anywhere else in the Western Hemisphere.
May 7 – 11, 2017 SOLD OUT
May 14 – 18, 2017 SOLD OUT
May 21 – 25, 2017 SOLD OUT
September 3 – 7, 2017
September 10 – 14th, 2017
Spring Wildlife of Grand Teton National Park
This workshop is all about diversity. Springtime in the Northern Rockies is an explosive time of year as the entire ecosystem comes alive. Grizzlies emerge with new cubs of the year, coyotes and wolves are nursing pups, great grey owls busy themselves feeding their young. All all of this set to the backdrop of wildflowers and snow capped mountains
June 11 – 17, 2017 | SOLD OUT
June 21 – 27, 2017 | SOLD OUT
June 20 – 26, 2018
Alaska Brown Bears
If you are looking for the densest population of brown bears on the planet, then this is the workshop for you. If you want big wilderness, bush planes, boats, bars, puffins, bald eagles, and maximum adventure, then this is the workshop you have been waiting for.
August 16 – 23, 2018 | 1 Space Left
Autumn Wildlife of Yellowstone and the Tetons
This photography workshop is timed to capture the peak of the rut for both moose and elk. Aspen leaves are changing, lighting up the landscape in so many golden hues of autumn. Snow is returning to the high country. And bears are entering into pyperhagia turning them into 24/7 eating machines.
September 25 – October 1, 2017 | One space left