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Photographer donates proceeds to Snow Leopard Trust

Photographer to Donate Proceeds from Award-Winning Snow Leopard Photograph to the Snow Leopard Trust

NewswireToday – /newswire/ – Seattle, WA, United States, 03/18/2009 – Proceeds from “Endangered Beauty,” the snow leopard portrait by acclaimed Fine Art Photographer, Stephen W. Oachs, will be used to promote awareness of this remarkable endangered species through an artistic partnership with the Snow Leopard Trust.

Photographer, Stephen W. Oachs, is honored to have his photograph contribute to the important mission of the Snow Leopard Trust, an organization dedicated to protecting the endangered snow leopard.

Oachs is a passionate nature photographer, so it was a tremendous honor for him when Endangered Beauty won voter’s choice in the National Geographic 2008 International Photography Contest. “But it means even more to be able to offer the photograph to help spread awareness through an organization as honored as the Snow Leopard Trust,” said Oachs. “What I have learned about the endangered snow leopard is a tragedy. To be able to contribute to bringing awareness to their situation means a lot to me. I was excited when the Trust approached me about use of my photo, and I am dedicating 10% of all product sales of Endangered Beauty to the Snow Leopard Trust.”

To view the photograph, Endangered Beauty by Stephen Oachs, simply log on to the International Snow Leopard Trust home page.

About Snow Leopard Trust

Founded in 1981 and based in Seattle, WA, the Snow Leopard Trust (snowleopard.org) is the oldest and largest organization working to protect the endangered snow leopard. The Snow Leopard Trust manages programs in five countries representing roughly 75% of the world’s snow leopard range, and is conducting the largest and most technologically advanced snow leopard research project to date. The Snow Leopard Trust protects the snow leopard and the mountain ecosystem on which it depends by using a comprehensive approach that combines scientific research, public education, and on-the-ground conservation programs that give people an incentive for protecting rather than poaching the cats.

About Stephen W. Oachs

Stephen W. Oachs (stephenoachs.com) is a successful entrepreneur, technology veteran and award-winning photographer working from San Jose, California and the San Francisco Bay area. Oachs’ photography has won numerous awards and photography contests including National Geographic, Popular Photography Magazine and the National Wildlife Federation Photo Contest. His photo of the Fly Geyser in the Black Rock Desert will be in the Singh-Ray national ad campaign. His work is sold online and through art shows and galleries. He holds on-location photography workshops, and is available for presentations and speaking engagements.

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