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Within the pages of this beautifully designed book, you will discover a breathtaking collection of images by award winning wildlife and conservation photographer Laura Crawford Williams. Wildlife in Wild Lands is the result of her work with scores of conservation-minded professionals and organizations during 8 years of travel in the most remote areas of countries such as Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, and Brazil.

The 244-page bi-lingual book is the first of its kind to assemble such a diverse collection of animals found within the Southern Cone, many unknown to the rest of the world. Six chapters contain 150 stunning photographs of 113 different species; each with thought provoking captions describing behavior, conservation challenges and status. An additional chapter, titled Between Frames, shares photos and stories of her incredible adventures with her team in the field.

Laura’s passion for preserving Earth’s wildlife and wild lands shines on each colorful page. There is no doubt, Wildlife in Wild Lands will inspire present and future generations through its beauty, thought provoking content, and philosophic musings. More importantly, it will promote and reinforce the message that the balance between progress and conservation can be achieved. President Mauricio Macri of Argentina joins Laura’s call to action. In the foreword, he writes:

“The richness that surrounds us is changing at an accelerated speed. The planet is undergoing significant changes due to human activities. This context of climate change and extinction crisis obligates us to think in new paradigms. It is essential to understand that ecology is not at odds with development.”

For those who work in conservation, especially in southern South America, it is a true labor of love. This book honors their dedication and sacrifice in addition to celebrating the unique wildlife found in one of the most diverse, amazing, and dramatic places on Earth.

Sales Copy – 505 Words

Within the pages of this beautifully designed book, you will discover a breathtaking collection of images by award winning wildlife and conservation photographer Laura Crawford Williams. Wildlife in Wild Lands is the result of her work with scores of conservation-minded professionals and organizations during 8 years of travel in the most remote areas of countries such as Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, and Brazil.

The 244-page bi-lingual book is the first of its kind to assemble such a diverse collection of animals found within the Southern Cone, many unknown to the rest of the world. Six chapters contain 150 stunning photographs of 113 different species; each with thought provoking captions describing behavior, conservation challenges and status. An additional chapter, titled Between Frames, shares photos and stories of her incredible adventures with her team in the field.

Laura’s passion for preserving Earth’s wildlife and wild lands shines on each colorful page. In the introduction, she writes:

“I’m happiest when able to share the soul-filling, emotional experience I have while working in the field, but I love to inspire intellectual curiosity as well. Success comes when I am able to infect others with the same excitement, amusement, and awe that I feel in the presence of wild creatures.”

There is no doubt, Wildlife in Wild Lands will inspire present and future generations through its beauty, thought provoking content, and philosophic musings. Perhaps most importantly, it will promote and reinforce the message that the balance between progress and conservation can be achieved. President Mauricio Macri of Argentina joins Laura’s call to action. In the foreword, he writes:

“The richness that surrounds us is changing at an accelerated speed. The planet is undergoing significant changes due to human activities. This context of climate change and extinction crisis obligates us to think in new paradigms. It is essential to understand that ecology is not at odds with development.”

For those who work in conservation, especially in southern South America, it is a true labor of love. This book honors their dedication and sacrifice in addition to celebrating the unique wildlife found in one of the most diverse, amazing, and dramatic places on Earth.

Laura Crawford Williams is a professional wildlife and conservation photographer known internationally for her award-winning images. She has traveled over 270,000 km through southern South America with business partner German Ambrosetti. Together, they have explored the most remote areas of countries such as Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia assisting conservation-minded professionals with stunning photography and video production. Wildlife in Wild Lands is the result of their journey and work helping scores of researchers, educators, foundations, and nongovernmental organizations. Within the pages of this book, you will find a thoughtful and breathtaking collection of images celebrating the beauty and diversity of life on our planet.

Laura’s passion for wildlife and wild lands conservation shines on each beautifully designed page. What makes these images so special is Laura’s ability to evoke an emotional response within a single frame. This is her gift and these images bear witness to her success.

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"Wildlife in Wild Lands" Gallery Talk

We invite you to join us for a "Wildlife in Wild Lands" Gallery Talk with Laura Crawford Williams on June 28th, 2018 at 5:30 PM. The event is hosted at the Museum of TTU Association, located at 3301 4th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79409.

Please call (806) 742-2443 to RSVP by June 21st. Reception to follow. Reception to follow. View the invitation for more details.

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Gallery Talk with Laura Crawford Williams!

We invite you to join us for a "Wildlife in Wild Lands" Gallery Talk with Laura Crawford Williams on June 28th, 2018 at 5:30 PM. The event will be taking place at the Museum of TTU Association located at 3301 4th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79409. Please RSVP by June 21st: Call (806) 742-2443. Reception to follow.

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