International Field Work

Images used for the purposes of the Foundation have been taken in various countries around the world.  Dr. Bondar continues to capture changing environments in a global context and has excursions planned that will continuously add to the work of the Foundation in the future.  Field work completed and planned include:

January 2016 – Florida National Wildlife Refuges – 2016
– Ding Darling NWR
– Big Cypress National Preserve
– Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
– Merritt Island NWR

November 2015 – Bosque del Apache, New Mexico, USA – complete
November 2015 – Bisti Badlands, New Mexico, USA – complete
August 2015 – Kenya – complete
February 2015 – Aransas National Wildlife Refuge – complete
August 2013 – Masai Mara, Kenya – complete
November 2012 – Masai Mara, Kenya – complete
December/January 2011/12 – Bosque del Apache, New Mexico, USA – complete
August 2011 – Masai Mara, Kenya – complete

 

Dr. Roberta Bondar using the Nikon D800 with Nikon's 600mm lens during field work in Kenya's Masai Mara.

Dr. Roberta Bondar using the Nikon D800 with Nikon’s 600mm lens during field work in Kenya’s Masai Mara.

Some image captures from the field in Kenya 2013

 

As a Wood Buffalo National Park partner on Whooping Crane education, The Roberta Bondar Foundation will continue to update our field work news on Grus americana, the North American Whooping Crane, from this Whooper Link.
For other fieldwork media coverage

International Lectures and Seminars

To other activities of The Roberta Bondar Foundation

To The Bondar Challenge

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