Nature For The Soul | Kyle Obermann

Jan 11 , 2021 | Social Good

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It’s hard to fathom the vastness of North America’s expansive Yellowstone National Park, yet in China, Sanjiangyuan National Park is three times larger. This park is filled with wildlife and different ecosystems, and also provides water for most of Southeast Asia. Photographer Kyle Obermann has a passion for preserving the massive diversity of these ecosystems and biomes. But perhaps most significantly, he’s learned that conservation and people go hand in hand—you can’t disconnect the two.


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