On February 9, 2022, our Members Virtual Winter Meeting will present Puffin Researcher and Ornithologist Steve Kress and Journalist-Photographer Derrick Z. Jackson.

NOTE: This event requires all participants to register, and attendance is limited.

Please check out Derrick Jackson’s stunning images, all for sale. All proceeds from his bird photography goes toward scholarships he has established for Black, Latinx and Indigenous research assistants in National Audubon’s Project Puffin, and for Black, Latinx and Indigenous educators to attend Audubon’s Hog Island Camp in Maine. For purchasing information and orders, please contact Mr. Jackson at dzjphoto@gmail.com.

The prices for images are:
11 x 14 in 16 x 20 mat or frame: $200
8 x 10 in 11 x14 mat or frame: $150
5 x 7 in 8 x 10 mat or frame: $100

Custom Wide Images prices are $15-$25 more.

If mailing is involved, shipping would be extra between $10 and $25, depending on weight and size, and which state the image is being shipped to. Matted images can be shipped; framed images with glass cannot be shipped. Framed images using acrylic instead of glass are a possibility.

Derrick Z. Jackson is a three-time finalist in BirdWatching Magazine’s photography contests, including a third-place finish in 2020. He has also been a finalist or semifinalist in Nature’s Best Photography Awards and Outdoor Photographer Magazine’s The American Landscape Contest. His photography has been published in the Boston Globe, DownEast Magazine, Grist.org, the Union of Concerned Scientists, the American Prospect Magazine, A.T. Journeys Magazine, the Journal of Wildlife Management and used by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

Derrick’s puffin images are featured in Project Puffin: The Improbable Quest to Bring a Beloved Seabird Back to Egg Rock, published in 2015 by Yale University Press, and The Puffin Plan, published in 2020 by Tumblehome Books. The Puffin Plan won the 2021 Gold Award in Teen Nonfiction from the Independent Book Publishers Association. Jackson co-authored both books with Stephen Kress, the former director of National Audubon’s Seabird Restoration Program, who brought puffins back to islands of Maine where they had been absent for nearly a century.