J. Stachecki is a conservation biologist who uses nature photography and science
as tools to preserve endangered species. Born and
raised in Michigan, he now resides in New Jersey. James holds a Ph.D. degree in
physiology and specializes in reproductive research.
has been exhibiting his photographic images for over 14 years in various cities around the
mid-west and east coast, including New York City. His photographs have been
published in newspapers, magazines including: Nature's Best, Nature
Photographer, Birder's World, and Peterson's Photographic, the International
Library of Photography, and local calendars. His photographs of wildlife
and landscapes have won numerous contests. Recently, he helped the Camera
Naturalist's Camera Club win the 2004
Nature's Best photography contest.
photography classes as well as workshops and
photographic safaris to Africa are offered. Through his
hopes to share some of nature's beauty with others as well as increase public
awareness of endangered animals and habitats.
allows us a glimpse into our natural world if only for a brief moment; a
moment that is captured in time for us to enjoy and appreciate; our appreciation
leads to respect and in turn, preservation."
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