Conservation is something Jacqueline cares deeply about and is actively involved in a variety of ways. She is proud to be a long term volunteer with the Wildlife Conservation Network where she was introduced to the people and projects they support around the globe.|
One of these is Cheetah Conservation Botswana where in 2011 she spent a month at their field operations in the Kalahari. She continues her support by producing and managing their eNewsletter.
In 2016 she visited Projecto Titi in Colombia where she had the rare opportunity to see and photograph the critically endangered Cotton-top Tamarin in its remaining habitat. Seeing first hand the incredible work and the challenges these organizations face is a privilege indeed and she hopes to visit more in the future.
Although it is amazing to visit and see wildlife in exotic locations, it is also important to understand that conservation is just as important in our own back yards. Over the past year or so, Jacqueline has become involved with Point Blue Conservation Science and their efforts to save the threatened Western Snowy Plover.
Below are list of the organizations Jacqueline supports. She hopes by sharing her images, stories, and her passion and enthusiasm for the natural world, others will be inspired to also get involved.