Video: Conservation Calendars for Sale

Conservation calendars are stunning this year. They’re bigger and brighter. The descriptions are better. Half the proceeds support conservation.

One week left!

$30 each. Order your calendars by December 5.

Calendars make great gifts! Free shipping on orders of 3 or more. Students, get 10% off with the code GOGRIZ2021.

  • Original wildlife and landscape photographs with descriptions and locations

  • Flip-style wall calendar, 12″ x 18″ printed on thick pearl paper

  • Special holidays added like National Public Lands Day (when you can visit National Parks for free!)

  • Half of the proceeds go to Washington Environmental Council, a Seattle nonprofit leading environmental justice, clean energy, public lands, and wildlife

calendar conservation months 2021

The primary video is goofy enough—until you watch this:

Calendars now ready for pre-order

It’s that season again. Bears fatten up, birds fly south, and Austin stresses about having 12 photographs to perfectly represent every month of the year.

Luckily, I have over 25,000 photos from January 1, 2020, to today, to choose from.

And all you have to do is sit back, pour some eggnog, and reserve your 2021 Conservation Calendar.

Curious which photos will make the cut?

Check out my gallery, Facebook, and Instagram. Leave comments—they may or may not influence my decisions.

Chances are, a few never-before-seen photos will don those magnificent pages. And don’t sleep on those waiting in October, November, and December.

Happy fall!


The Story of an Hour

A Summer Poem

A raindrop tells the story of an hour;
when a cloud comes to life in a day.

A bumblebee waits out the passing shower;
while a wildflower sees the season pass away.

A tanager tells the story of the canopy;
as a snake slithers along the forest floor.

An oak bears its weight patiently;
while a lichen outlasts everything before.

As it happens, from big to small, from fast to tall;
but a child can tell the story of them all.

Inspired by the last few weeks of wandering around in the woods—searching for owls in the dark (without success), the coming and going of wildflowers, seeing hungry fledgling chicks all around, and thinking about the limits of time and perspective.

Revel in summer: watch my short film from a lighthouse 11 miles off the coast of Maine.

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