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New Project: Mongolia, May 2020

Together with the Massachusetts Audubon society, The Art Council of Mongolia, and several Mongolia based NGO’s, we are preparing a large project to support the in general not well-managed National Parks of Mongolia. The project has been planned for May-June 2020. Soon you will read more about this exiting new…

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New Project: Mongolia, May 2020
New Project: Lad/Hedrehely, Hungary 2018 – 2019

New Project: Lad/Hedrehely, Hungary 2018 – 2019

To celebrate the 25 anniversary of the 3500 hectares large estate “Westerheide” owned by the Jankovich de Jeszeniche family in the south of Hungary, ANF has been asked to organise a small project to connect and reconnect the family, staff and the villagers with the value and biodiversity of the…

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Dead Sea project Exhibition

ANF is delighted to share with you the location and dates of the exhibition of its 2017 project “Bringing the Dead Sea to Life”. This project took place around the Dead Sea surrounded Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian territories. The exhibition will take place in: De oude School Kortenhoefsedijk 145…

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Dead Sea project Exhibition
Greg Poole obituary

Greg Poole obituary

To our great shock and regret, we had to say goodbye to our friend the artist Greg Poole. I made the first preparation trip for the ANF project in India together with Greg and the late John Busby 24 years ago. An unforgettable trip and so many very fond memories…

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ANF heeft de ANBI status verkregen

ANF is sinds begin dit jaar een als ‘Algemeen Nut Beoogende Instelling’ (ANBI) geregistreerde stichting. Dit betekent dat u ANF als particulier of namens uw bedrijf op een fiscaal vriendelijke manier kunt steunen. Uw eenmalige of periodieke gift is dan aftrekbaar van uw inkomsten- of vennootschapsbelasting. Support ANF

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ANF heeft de ANBI status verkregen
ANF Projects and Results 1990 – 2018

ANF Projects and Results 1990 – 2018

Conservation Results for 14 Projects: ANF Projects and Results 1990 - 2018 (PDF) >>    

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Oder Delta Guesthouse in the small village Kopice, Poland

When we woke up the first morning in the yard of Iwona and Reginald, a pair of Fieldfares was looking for worms next to the camper. From 3 sides we heard Cranes calling and the Golden Oriole was singing nearby as well. A White Stork was looking for something to…

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Oder Delta Guesthouse in the small village Kopice, Poland
Paul Winter – Saving the Dead Sea

Paul Winter – Saving the Dead Sea

Here is a fantastic film by Israeli filmmaker Yuval Dax of musician Paul Winter talking about the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is shrinking at an alarming rate due to man's need for water from its tributaries for human and agricultural consumption from all sides of the Rift Valley. The…

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Nick Derry – Red Fox

The lowest place on Earth is getting lower and lower. I have had the enormous privilege to be part of the Artists for Nature Foundation's project to raise awareness of the plight of this unique place. I'm working while the memories are still fresh! So happy to have opaque media…

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Nick Derry – Red Fox
The Artists For Nature Dead Sea Project Makes TV Headlines

The Artists For Nature Dead Sea Project Makes TV Headlines

Israeli TV Channel 1 news report from March 29th on the Artists for Nature Bringing the Dead Sea to Life through Art and Music project 2017 http://192.118.60.6/radiomp4/2017/03/29/7669960.mp4  

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A Steppe Eagle flying over the Eilat Mountains

Here is some fantastic footage produced by Taiwanese photographer Chieh-Te Liang of a Steppe Eagle over the Eilat Mountains https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2foXyI--ubqaURjS1pvaHlobHc/view

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A Steppe Eagle flying over the Eilat Mountains
Chieh Te Liang’s video of our visit to Wadi Zarkee Main

Chieh Te Liang’s video of our visit to Wadi Zarkee Main

Chieh Te Liang filmed the Artists for Nature in Jordan. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2foXyI--ubqWk53blBuTkhmYkk/view

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MacQueen’s Bustard and Sandgrouse

Today the artists had a very early start to see the MacQueen's Bustard and the extremely elusive Sandgrouse. We set off at 5 am, which means in fact 4 am since the clock went an hour forward. With the very first sunlight we arrived at the hide close to the Egyptian…

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MacQueen’s Bustard and Sandgrouse
The Desert Sparrow

The Desert Sparrow

From Amir Balaban we learned that the Desert Sparrow builds a large, hollow, round nest of sticks and twigs in which the female lay her eggs. The interior becomes a microclimate that keeps the eggs from becoming too warm under the hot Israeli sun, where temperatures can easily reach 50…

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En Avdat and the Ben Gurion Centre

Today the artists split in two groups. One part explored the National Park En Avedat, an expressive river bed with huge cliff formations, home to 6 pairs of breeding Griffon Vultures, plentiful ibex and  abundant lizard life! The other group went to the Ben Gurion's burial place, a lush oasis…

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En Avdat and the Ben Gurion Centre

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