Are you a keen nature photographer and supporter of NGT? If so, we could use your help!

For those of you who have been following NGT since the early days, you will notice that our website still very much looks the way it used to, right back at the beginning!

Truth be told, we’ve been so busy getting on with our important work over the years, that we’re now long overdue for a major refresh of our website, which is a bit outdated and has some stranded content left over from many years ago that needs removing or updating. We also want to make it easier for people to find all the interesting content that can be found in our substantial library of blogs.

While we begin the process of setting up the new website, it would be wonderful if anyone reading who is a keen photographer, and has visited NGT’s project sites or our Reserves over the years, could share with us some of your most spectacular, high resolution photos that capture different aspects of the environment in the regions where we work. From close-up shots of the minutia, to landscape vistas, and everything in between, we’re interested in the diversity and beauty of nature – as well as people helping to monitor and restore it – at these special places.

To give you a feel for the type of photos we’re talking about, below are a few examples of photos taken by NGT staff over the years that I think are pretty spectacular! The ones shown below were taken (from top to bottom) by Jonathan Tuck, Bryan Haywood and Jess Bourchier.

If you would like to contribute a few of your best images that would be suitable for potential use on the new NGT website, please email Carmen Bliss ().

Mark Bachmann