Outreach Ecology is a collaborative and cooperative venture initiated by Yoav Daniel Bar-Ness.
Formally educated as a naturalist, he has found himself naturally forming into an educator. His science projects based out of Seattle (USA), Hobart (Tasmania), Fremantle (Western Australia), and throughout India, have always included an outreach component. His writings and photography have been published in both the scientific and popular realms, including such magazines as Asian Geographic, GEO, and Australian Geographic.
He is best known for his treetop biodiversity studies, conducted on-rope in the top of some of the world’s tallest forests, and for the Landmark Trees of India geography project, where he traveled for almost three years visiting a collection of the world’s oldest and most sacred organisms. An active caver, mountaineer, beachcomber, and walker, he has been fortunate to visit some of the world’s wildest places, and to set up forest canopy research projects on three continents.
Outreach Ecology is a path to share those skills and enthusiasms in an enjoyable way to novel audiences.
Please contact him via email at email@example.com.