Conservation

"Sarah is currently working to highlight the unique wildlife of the remote Falkland Islands. Using photographs from her graduate research expedition, she captures animals' behaviours and the sentimental moments in their lives.  "

Falklands Conservation is a non-governmental organization working to protect the wildlife in the Falkland Islands for future generations. They undertake practical conservation projects, surveys and scientific studies, conduct annual monitoring of seabird populations, rehabilitate oiled penguins, publish guides and information on many aspects of the Falkland Islands environment, and involve Islanders of all ages in our activities. They rely on donations and public support to carry out their work. Currenlty with any art sale, 15% of the proceeds will be donated to Falkland Conservation to help conserve the biodiversity and natural environment of the Falkland Islands.

Conservation Projects & Causes

Falkland Conservation

Since 2019 Sarah has been working on an exhibit highlighting the wildlife of the remote Falkland Islands. Using her photographs from her graduate research expedition, she captures the unique behaviours of animals and the sentimental moments in their lives. With any art sale, 15% of the proceeds will be donated to Falkland Conservation to help conserve the biodiversity and natural environment of the Falkland Islands.