BIRD ON THE EDGE
Many of Hawaii’s high elevation rainforests are not easy to access. Remote forests protect many Hawaiian bird species and plants that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. This picture is a precious testimony: Hawaii Amakihi feeding on the last endemic forest of Mamane tree on the slopes of Mauna Kea volcano. Only 18 endemic honeycreepers species are remaining in Hawaii, all in great danger of extinction. Hawaii Amakihi is one of them, a bird living on the edge.
Author: Polish-American, living now in France, multi-awarded in different international photography contests.
Professionnal wildlife photographer and great traveler, I am travelling all over the world with my husband, trying to capture the wonders and the beauties, but also the fragility of our Planet.
In nature, and specially in arctic and cold places, this is where I like to be, and this is where I can express my creativity.
Each reportage is always beginning by a careful preparation and study of the species to photograph, their behaviors and places to explore. This is when the dream begins ...