I’ve always been interested in how our environment can support our wildlife, but I’d never thought I’d be so lucky as to have a piece of land that’s so pristine and untouched that I can walk through and discover a lot of little gems hidden there.
And when I saw my backyard covered in golden rings, I knew I had to do something about it.
When I first saw the Golden Rings Ranch in the fall of 2015, I was blown away.
There was just nothing else like it anywhere.
It was a great piece of landscape.
I had never seen anything like it before.
When you’re a landscape photographer, it’s not uncommon to find that the wild places are amazing.
I loved the idea of getting to see these incredible, beautiful landscapes.
I knew that my backyard would be an ideal place for a park ranger to come and take photos, and I was confident that it would make for a great backdrop for a documentary, especially one that was so well thought out and researched.
So I got the word out about the Ranch, started contacting people interested in taking a look, and by late November, the Ranch was open for filming.
This project is a collaboration between the National Geographic Society and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), a conservation organization based in Austin, Texas.
WCA’s mission is to protect wildlife, and to use our collective resources to inspire people to help conserve their wildlife.
As part of that mission, we’re also working with WCS to promote the conservation of the Golden Ring Ranch.
Through WCA, I can help WCA continue to be the voice of the conservation community.
The Golden Ring ranch is part of the WCS National Wildlife Refuge, located in the heart of Austin, TX.
The Refuge has been home to more than 5,000 native plant species since it was founded in 1878.
The land has been restored to its natural state since the late 1940s.
Over the years, many different types of animals have come and gone, and some of the most amazing habitats have become inaccessible due to development.
When WCA was founded, it was clear to us that our mission was to protect the wilds of America.
We were committed to protecting the most pristine areas of our national parks and wildlife refuges.
It’s our goal to preserve the unique biodiversity and habitats that are found nowhere else in the world.
In 2017, WCS partnered with the Department of the Interior to create a National Park Service (NPS) Wildlife Management Plan, which aims to improve access to America’s wildlife refugelands.
The NPS Wildlife Management plan is the national framework to ensure that our wildlife refoues have the most sustainable, safe, and secure management practices.
With this framework, we can begin to address some of our most pressing wildlife habitat issues, like the decline of rare, threatened, and threatened species, as well as invasive species.
The first part of this plan addresses the restoration of native habitat and wildlife habitat through conservation of wildlife, habitat restoration, and management of wildlife and plant resources.
The second part of our conservation plan focuses on improving the health and wellbeing of wild places.
In this plan, we aim to address issues of health, health care, and economic development for wildlife and their habitats.
These efforts are the result of extensive, collaborative efforts among stakeholders, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Park System, and it’s been a very successful process.
We have achieved the most impressive outcomes in a short time, and we are excited about what’s to come.
As you know, our goal is to restore wild places to their natural state and to provide an environment where wildlife can thrive, thrive in harmony with humans, and thrive in the wild.
We hope to see you all in the Wild on January 1st.
If you have any questions or comments about the Golden Rose Ranch, please email [email protected]
You can also reach me by email at [email protected], or by calling me at the Golden Ridge Ranch office.
The photos and video are courtesy of WCS and WCA.