The Nature Conservancy is proud to partner with LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in supporting conservation photography and presenting the TREES exhibit to Charlottesville. The 2013 TREES exhibit features the most recent work of National Geographic photographer Tim Laman, who has spent a decade documenting every known species of the Birds of Paradise.
Explore this collection and learn more about the TREES exhibit and TNC's work both in Virginia and in the Birds of Paradise's home in Papua New Guinea.
Explore the TREES exhibit audio tours to learn more about the Birds of Paradise and the Conservancy's work in Virginia and around the globe. Listen
8 years, 18 expeditions, 544 field days, over 39,000 photographs. Meet photographer Tim Laman
TNC's Director of Photography, Mark Godfrey, talks with Tim Laman about his incredible photos and how he's using his talents to promote a better awareness of our rainforests. Explore our slideshow
Photographer Tim Laman's Birds of Paradise are landing in the TREES. Explore
We're working to protect Virginia's rarest bird. Meet the next generation
No matter what the conservation challenge, people form the core of the solution. Read their stories
Right here in Charlottesville, we've recently completed a restoration project that will benefit people and nature. View our slideshow and explore Meadow Creek
Piney Grove harbors Virginia's last breeding population of rare red-cockaded woodpeckers. Explore
The Conservancy has been working with communities in Papua New Guinea for over 10 years. Our work
Matt Durnin, Asia-Pacific Conservation Science Director, uses his upcoming trip to Papua New Guinea to teach his snake-loving son a lesson on the Birds of Paradise. Read more
How can the choices you make as a consumer help improve both the health of forests and human well-being? Find out in this interactive infographic
Read about our regional efforts to improve forest management from the Deputy Director of the Conservancy's Asia Pacific Program. For people and nature
We're working with partners to protect Indonesia's tropical forests while improving the lives of their inhabitants. Fact sheet