That surely reveals the importance of this project: knowing something is the first step towards valuing it. American illustrator Alex Warnick produced 30 lifelike artistic representations of an equal number of local winged beauties, featuring historical information and their respective conservation status compiled by a team of biologists and environmental activists. As a whole, this book provides one of the most beautiful, complete and detailed collection of images about the natural world of Hispaniola —which can contribute to the ongoing protection of our species, as valuing something is the first step towards change.
Natural history artist
Photographer, naturalist, environmental activist and author
Photographer and co-founder of Capital DBG