Grant is currently a Junior at The University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying Fisheries and Wildlife with an emphasis in Wildlife Ecology and Management. Growing up, he moved around a lot exploring every new environment I encountered. His love for nature grew because of the numerous hiking, backpacking, and camping trips he went on with his family and friends. He is excited to be apart of the Platte Basin Timelapse project and to help educate people on the importance of conserving this beautiful planet.
Posted on May 18, 2018
The idea for the scavenger project started when I saw a photo on Instagram of vultures feeding on a carcass. The image was distinctive because it was taken within the deteriorating carcass. At the time, I was attending WiLDSPEAK, a conservation photography symposium. The presenters’ passion for conservation and wildlife was inspiring, and that made […]
Posted on July 20, 2017
The Platte Basin is located in the heart of the United States of America, encompassing a broad diversity of landscapes and habitats. From the mountains of Wyoming and Colorado to the Great Plains of Nebraska, this watershed, waters cities, small farming communities, and provides habitat for wildlife. The Platte Basin is made up of five […]