Dudley Edmondson is the author of the landmark book, “Black & Brown Faces in America’s Wild Places,” profiling African Americans in nontraditional vocations and avocations in the outdoors.
Mr. Edmondson speaks regularly on his books and his career as a Wildlife Photographer. His clients include educational institutions, state, federal agencies and environmental non-profits.
Dudley's photography career spans nearly 3 decades. His work has been featured in galleries and in nearly 100 publications around the world. Publications range from the state specific flora and fauna field guides by author Stan Tekiela to "Bird The Definitive Visual Guide," by Audubon (DK Publishing) London, UK.
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Hiking with local Cleveland, Ohio area students, teachers and metro parks staff exploring the bugs and birds of the Lake Erie shoreline area
-photo by Bob Perkoski
In conjunction with the Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators and Pittsburgh Metro Parks, students removed invasives and built an outdoor structure
In conjunction with the National Park Service, Portland, Oregon students hike in they're community with cameras exploring nature