Book Details

Tortoises Through The Lens **OUT OF PRINT**

A Visual Exploration of a Mojave Desert Icon

**Out Of Print**

Students exploring the wild Mojave, cameras in hand, meeting wildflowers and wildlife face-to-face, while gaining a deeper understanding of the value of these lands—this is the Tortoises Through the Lens Program. This beautiful, full-color book is the product of their eighteen-month adventure to seek out, photograph, and learn about the desert tortoises and the harsh land that they inhabit. See this amazing creature through the eyes of these students, as they explore the starkly beautiful Mojave Desert landscape. The adventure is yours to share; by purchasing this book, you are helping to save this important species, as all proceeds will be used to further desert tortoise conservation efforts.

About the Author

David Lamfrom

David Lamfrom

David Lamfrom, Director of the California Desert and National Wildlife programs, uses his passion and knowledge of our natural, cultural and historical resources to inspire others to learn about and protect our national parks. David joined the NPCA Pacific Region staff after spending three years as a regional vice-president for an environmental consulting firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Prior to that, David was employed in diverse wildlife and agricultural research biology positions including experiences in the fields of aquaculture, agricultural biology and herpetology. He volunteered time and expertise as a naturalist for the Wildlife Research Team, a non-profit organization who has had tremendous success utilizing non-mechanized mangrove restoration in Biscayne Bay, Florida. As a graduate of New College of Florida, David has had the opportunity to conduct significant study in the fields of ecology, herpetology, foreign languages, Native American studies, and art. Published both as an author and wildlife photographer in several issues of Wild South magazine, David is an avid naturalist, hiker, and photographer who spends his free time exploring wildlife and wilderness. He has traveled extensively throughout the National Park System including photo forays throughout the South, Southwest, Rockies, Appalachians, and Pacific Northwest.