"I have always been a wildlife conservationist. From the very small things in life, to the very large things, we all can do something.; Whether it's composting and recycling to help reduce our own personal waste or contributing financially to one of the many wildlife organizations, it's something I feel strongly about.; God has blessed me with an artistic talent and a heart and love or animals and through my paintings I can glorify Him and let people enjoy the work I have created.; I most recently visited a big cat sanctuary and did a photoshoot while there.; I in turn painted one of their Siberian Tigers who was just having a nice lazy day. I have sent them prints and notecards of my painting for auctions and fundraisers.  "

I am always involved in the wildlife community that I am surrounded by and hope to continue to be. I love helping people by donating my time or something I have created to benefit them, or their organization, I love being as generous as I possibly can be. I am blessed beyond words and think others should feel the same! 

Conservation Projects & Causes

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Orca Network - Protecting whales in the Pacific Northwest  | Holly Cannon

Center for whale research

For three decades, the Center for Whale Research (CWR) has been advocating the relatively tame issue of salmon recovery based on science and rational management of fisheries in the Pacific Northwest. We have been championing with facts the impacts of dwindling fish stocks on the Southern Resident killer whales [SRKW orcas] and Salish Sea fishers. Since 1976 the Center for Whale Research (CWR) has been the leading organization studying the Southern Resident killer whales in their critical habitat: the Salish Sea. CWR performs health assessments to ensure the viability of the whale...