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Desert Wheatear (Oenanthe deserti)
04 Aprile 2005

Desert Wheatear (Oenanthe deserti)

Bir Zoui, Medenine - Tunisia


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Guest 12-Feb-2009 14:49
Dear Daniele

I hope you do not mind me posting this comment but I am currently researching wildlife images for ARKive (www.arkive.org )and would like to invite you to participate in this project.

ARKive – www.arkive.org – is a unique conservation initiative, which aims to increase awareness of the need for biodiversity conservation by using wildlife imagery. We are contacting wildlife photographers from across the globe to share images of IUCN threatened species.

Having viewed your Pbase galleries I have been very impressed by your images and would like to enquire as to whether you would be interested in participating in the ARKive project by allowing us to display some of your images on our site.

Should you be interested of like some further information regarding ARKive please feel free to e mail me directly on mairead.maclean@wildscreen.org.uk.

I very much hope to hear from you,

My kindest regards

Dr Mairead Maclean
ARKive Media Researcher

Wildscreen
Ground Floor | The Rackhay | Queen Charlotte Street | Bristol | BS1 4HJ | UK
T: +44 (0)117 328 5960 | F: +44 (0)177 328 5955

Promoting conservation through wildlife imagery

Wildscreen's principal initiatives are ARKive, a centralised collection of films and photographs of endangered species, made accessible to all as a valuable educational resource via its award-winning website and the Wildscreen Festival, the world's largest and most prestigious wildlife & environmental film festival. We also run WildPhotos, an annual nature photography symposium and WildFilmHistory, an online guide to the pioneering people and landmark productions behind one hundred years of wildlife filmmaking.