Sep 20
Share 'ARKive is a Champion Partner for National Geographic’s Great Nature Project' on Delicious Share 'ARKive is a Champion Partner for National Geographic’s Great Nature Project' on Digg Share 'ARKive is a Champion Partner for National Geographic’s Great Nature Project' on Facebook Share 'ARKive is a Champion Partner for National Geographic’s Great Nature Project' on reddit Share 'ARKive is a Champion Partner for National Geographic’s Great Nature Project' on StumbleUpon Share 'ARKive is a Champion Partner for National Geographic’s Great Nature Project' on Email Share 'ARKive is a Champion Partner for National Geographic’s Great Nature Project' on Print Friendly

ARKive is a Champion Partner for National Geographic’s Great Nature Project

Great Nature Project logoWhether this is your first visit to ARKive or you are an ARKive superfan, odds are you’ve come to see amazing imagery of the world’s wildlife from the tiny water flea to the massive megamouth shark. We believe that films and photos are an incredible way to get up close and personal with animals and plants from around the globe and so do our partners at National Geographic and the Great Nature Project.

ARKive has been named a Champion Partner for the Great Nature Project – a week-long, picture-based BioBlitz event taking place around the world from September 21-29, 2013. Together, we’re working to build the world’s largest online album of animal photos.

Photo of Northern Raccoon

To join in, snap a picture of a plant or animal in your neighborhood, and upload it to a photo sharing site like Flickr, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, making sure to tag it #GreatNature and #ARKive. ARKive has its very own collection on the Great Nature Project website right alongside collections from National Geographic Explorer’s-in-Residence and celebrities like Jewel.

ARKive's Great Nature Project Collection

We’ll be curating our collection daily and add our favorite shots to the collection so check back often. Whether you’re exploring a park or a playground, join us in celebrating the wild world through imagery!

Liana Vitali, ARKive Education & Outreach Manager, Wildscreen USA

About

RSS feedARKive.org is the place for films, photos and facts about endangered species. Subscribe to our blog today to keep up to date!

Email updates

Sign up to receive a regular email digest of ARKive blog posts.
Preferred frequency:

ARKive twitter

Twitter: ARKive