On August 21, 2017, the moon aligned between the earth and sun, casting a shadow that moved over the United States from Oregon to South Carolina, passing through Nebraska. Dubbed The Great American Eclipse, thousands of people flocked to the state to witness the once in a lifetime event. In addition to the thousands of […]

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 […]

Spring has arrived on the Great Plains, or at least to our corner of it. Though we had a relatively mild winter at PBT headquarters in Lincoln, it’s always a relief to experience the seasonal shift to warmer days, more sunlight, and new growth. Our small team has grown as well in the past couple […]

The Platte Basin Timelapse Project enters its fourth year this summer. During the past three years, we’ve successfully installed more than 40 remote time-lapse systems from the headwaters of the Platte River in Colorado to its confluence with the Missouri River in Nebraska (solving countless technical challenges along the way). To date, our cameras have […]