A 2020 success

2021 Conservation Calendars

This year, conservation calendars traveled to 11 states on the path to raising over $200 for Washington Environmental Council. I donated to WEC because most of my calendars went to my home state, helping fund important work on salmon recovery, Puget Sound orcas, clean energy, environmental justice, and more.

Thank you everyone.

I also partnered with my friends at Sierra Institute for Community and Environment. I worked for the Sierra Institute when I took most of the photos in the calendar. SI ordered calendars to give to special donors as end of year thank you gifts.

I hope you enjoy your calendar!

-Austin

This photo is in the Hall of Mosses in the Hoh Rainforest of Olympic National Park, ancestral land of the Chalát (Hoh) Nation. In the photo you can see my father, standing near center for scale. It was taken in a different eon, 2013, when I apparently didn’t think about such things as blowing highlights.

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!

-Austin

Calendars are back for 2020!

Last November, I started a new holiday tradition: poring over thousands of my latest nature photos to nominate 12 favorites to adorn the pages of a luxurious wall calendar.

Friends loved the calendars so much that I had to bring them back for 2020.

2020 Calendars

  • Full-size original bird and landscape photographs matching the seasons with descriptions and locations included

  • Flip style wall calendar, 11″ x 17″, printed on thick, premium paper

  • Special holidays included like World Water Day and National Public Lands Day (when you can visit National Parks for free!)

  • $30 each

A holiday gift

Last season, these calendars sold out before Christmas.

To keep prices down, I order calendars in batches. I’ll have two batches: one placed on December 5 and one in mid-January. If you want your calendar for the holidays, order before December 5.

Spread the love and get $10 off

Ordering a calendar for a friend or relative and one for yourself? Don’t feel guilty. This year, if you order more than one calendar, I’ll give you $10 off your order.

Ordering more than 5 calendars? Contact me and I’ll give you a discountspreading kindness and the value of conservation is more important than money.

It looks and feels great—the extra-large pages, the texture of the paper, and the detail in the special days—the calendar was a favorite all year long.

Order Your Calendars

Next Steps

To calculate your payment, multiply the number of calendars by $30, add the cost of shipping, and subtract $10 if you ordered more than one calendar. You will receive an order confirmation within 48 hours.

To pay online: use Paypal or find me on Venmo at Austin-Schuver.

Questions? Contact me. When you get your calendar—please let me know what you think on Facebook, Instagram, or leave a review on this site!

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