Every underdog needs a champion! And what is an underdog, you might ask? Well, they are the misunderstood, under-appreciated, and often unjustly feared creatures in nature.
While we care about all underdogs, our primary focus is on native North American critters. Think wolves, bats, vultures, opossums & hellbenders, for a start.
Our field guide will introduce you to these underdogs and show you how they make life better for all of us. Join us to become champions for wildlife’s underdogs.
Header Photo Credit: The Museum of Life + Science
OUR WILDLIFE FIELD GUIDE
So what happens when you meet in your 60’s and it is love at first sight. Well, you get engaged in 8 days and then look at each other and ask “now what do we do?”
Learn about wildlife’s underdogs and their habitats. Why they are important, where to learn more, and how you can become champions for the misunderstood.
ART FOR WILDLIFE
Art engages & inspires us to fall in love with nature. Dale is a wildlife sculptor and we donate all of his sculptures to support protecting the underdogs. Check out our sculpture gallery.
Taking the first step always seems the hardest. So we have done some of the work for you. Meet our wildlife conservation partners. They would love to hear from you to get involved!
Here are a few of the underdogs we love (and hope you will too). Let us know your favorites and you might just find them feartured here.
Loti’s Lens is a wildlife blog celebrating our misunderstood and underappreciated wildlife. Join us as we venture into our own backyard and across the country, to meet these underdogs and learn their amazing stories.
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Our Latest Pursuits
A new video is out on our conservation work & love story by First Horizon Bank.
Our partnership with First Horizon Bank allows us to be successful in our conservation work, especially with the American red wolf. We hope you enjoy the short video & let us know your thoughts!