Boyd Norton’s 16 Favorite Photographs—Exclusive Limited Edition Prints

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Award winning photographer Boyd Norton, recipient of the Sierra Club’s 2015 Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography, has selected 16 of his favorite images to offer in a limited edition of 50 museum quality prints.

Please note: prices will increase as edition limit is approached.

Limited Edition

Photographs Details:

  • These are limited edition prints, editions of 50 (plus 5 artist proofs),
    signed and numbered on fine art archival paper, ready for matting and framing.


  • Option 1   16x24 inches: $850
  • Option 2   4x36 inches: $1050
  • The above are paper sizes. Each print has approximately ¾ inch white margins (this may vary slightly with image proportions).

Also Available:

  • Brilliant metal prints available, contact us for sizes and prices. (Gallery style, ready for hanging)
  • Canvas wrap prints available, contact us for sizes and prices. (Gallery style, ready for hanging)

About Boyd

  • Boyd Norton was the Recipient of the Sierra Club’s 2015 Ansel Adams award for Conservation Photography.
  • In 2010 Outdoor Photography Magazine in Great Britain listed him as “One of the 40 most influential nature photographers from around the globe.”
  • In 1980 Robert Redford presented him an award, on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency, for his "important, exciting environmental photography and writing."
  • He is the photographer/author of 17 books. His recent book, Serengeti : The Eternal Beginning, received high praise from Jane Goodall, Richard Engel, Chief Foreign Correspondent for NBC News, actor/eco-activist Ed Begley, Jr., and others.
  • Boyd’s newest book is Conservation Photography Handbook: How to Save the World One Photo at a Time, with a Foreword by Michael Brune, Executive Director of the Sierra Club.
  • Boyd’s photos have been published in most major magazines in this country and abroad, including Time, National Geographic, Smithsonian, The New York Times, Natural History, Audubon, Geo, Stern, Outdoor Photographer, Conde Nast's Traveler, London Observer, National Wildlife, Time-Life Books, Outside, Vogue, Playboy, Sierra, numerous others.
  • Boyd’s photos have been exhibited in the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC, in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, in the Sierra Club Gallery in San Francisco, and in the State Museum of Prehistory in Germany.
  • In 1972 he was selected by the Environmental Protection Agency to be one of 50 photographers nationwide to participate in Project DOCUMERICA, a multi-year, intensive documentation of the state of the American Environment. Several hundred of his photographs are now in the National Archives, in Washington, DC.
  • Boyd is leading the battle to save the Serengeti ecosystem from destructive developments. He is co-founder and co-director of Serengeti Watch, a 501(c) 3 non-profit (part of Earth Island Institute) for preserving the Serengeti ecosystem.
  • He has served on the Board of Trustees for the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, devoted to saving the last mountain gorillas. He wrote and photographed the book, The Mountain Gorilla (Voyageur Press, 1990) with a Foreword by Betty White.
  • He is a Charter Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, founded at the 8th World Wilderness Congress in 2005.
  • Throughout his 50+ years of photography, writing and environmental activism, he has played a key role in the establishment of many wilderness areas in the Rocky Mountain region, new national parks in Alaska, and in the designation of Siberia’s Lake Baikal as a World Heritage Site. He has testified before numerous U.S. Senate and House hearings on wilderness and national park legislation. In 1991 he met in the Kremlin with Russia’s Foreign Minister to lobby for the protection of Lake Baikal as a World Heritage Site. Baikal was awarded World Heritage Site status in 1996.




1. Augustine Volcano, Kamishak Bay, Alaska, pre-dawn glowing light.


2. Caribou antlers, hidden valley off upper Itkillik Valley, now part of Gates of the Arctic National Park, Alaska.


3. Cheetah on kopje (rock outcrop), Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
elephant family


4. Elephant family, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya.
black rhino


5. Endangered black rhino with calf, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.
6. English countryside near Arundel, West Sussex.


7. Grizzly bear (Ursus arctos), McNeil River State Game Sanctuary, Alaska.


8. “Kissing” elephants, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.


9. Leaves on rock, reflections of autumn foliage, Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.


10. Leopard in acacia tree, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya.


11. Male lion at waterhole, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.


12. Mitten Buttes and rain filled pond, Monument Valley, Arizona.
red fox


13. Red fox in my backyard, Evergreen, Colorado.


14. Reflections, Leigh Lake, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming


15. Sand dunes and Totem Poles in Monument Valley, Arizona.
young male


16. Young male lion drinking at waterhole, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania


Also available:
Boyd Norton’s beautifully written and photographed book about the Serengeti
Only 250 have been produced. Each autographed hand-bound book is hand-numbered, bound with a placeholder ribbon, and shrink-wrapped.

Color photo throughout

280 pages
10" X 9"


eternal hand


Many of Boyd Norton’s images are in this film!

Wilderness in America

From Conquest to Conservation
America has a conservation legacy unmatched anywhere in the world. Nearly 30% of the land in the United States – the National Parks, National Forests, wild rivers, wilderness, and other public lands – are owned by her citizens. See how over the past 400 years leaders, writers, artists, and photographers have changed the way many Americans think about the land – from something that should be conquered to something to be protected and preserved for future generations.

This film can be used in the classroom or shown as a fundraising event.

DVD run time: 54 min, 11 sec


“Boyd Norton has captured the magic of this ancient and majestic ecosystem."  — Jane Goodall

Other praise from:
Richard Engel, chief foreign correspondent, NBC News
Ed Begley Jr., actor and eco-activist
Joe McGinniss, best selling author of Going to Extremes and The Rogue
Gretel Ehrlich, author, The Solace of Open Spaces
and a great many others.

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