BC Young Birder Alice writes about women photographers who inspire her for Women's History month

March was women's history month and BC Young Birder Alice Sun has written an article called "Women in nature photography: A brief history" that was featured on the website Girlswhoclick.org. The website Girls Who Click empowers teen girls to enter the male-dominated field of nature photography and use their work to further conservation efforts around the world. They promote not just the taking of pretty pictures but pictures that make a difference. They also offer free nature photography workshops for young women.  They also offer internships and Alice is now doing an internship with them as a Blog Writer and Coordinator!.

Congrats Alice! Since I first met you at the young birder program I always knew you were a bright star and I am glad your work is getting noticed now worldwide.

Check out her well written article HERE and learn about some inspiring women that helped pave the way for women in nature photography.

Alice Sun - nature conservation photographer and now blog writer getting the recognition she deserves!


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