George Lepp is serious about capturing bald eagles, photographically speaking.
Two years ago he spent 12 weeks and over 80 hours documenting a pair of bald eagles from hatching to fledging. After watching the 10-minute movie in the Welcome Center he made of the process, we wanted to learn more about George.
Some of his credits include Field Editor for Outdoor Photographer Magazine and a Canon “Explorer of Light,” which features the industry’s most influential photographers.
His images have appeared in some of the world’s most widely viewed venues and on the covers of many books and magazines too numerous to list here. Read more... (252 words, 2 images, estimated 1:00 mins reading time)
Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics‘ mission is to protect the outdoors by teaching and inspiring people to enjoy it responsibly.
After participating in Smith Rock’s 23rd annual Spring Thing trail cleaning/building day, they saw the need to put that mission to the test with the Smith Rock Needs Your Help Project.
Over 700,000 visitors come to the park’s 758 acres yearly, with 19,000 campers using The Bivy campground. Climbers, birders, hikers, trail runners, horseback riders, mountain bikers, and paddlers all use the park. Read more... (282 words, 4 images, estimated 1:08 mins reading time)