Stewart Ting Chong, Wildlife Photographer
Stewart uses his interest in wildlife photography to promote an understanding of our impact on and our responsibility for maintaining the delicate balance of nature and the environment. As a member of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), Stewart adheres to their “Principles of Ethical Field Practices” and advocates for responsible wildlife photography. Stewart’s Piping Plover photographs have been featured in NANPA’s Showcase 2020 Conservation Category. He is a recipient of Jet Blue’s “Share Your Good” award and has had photographs published by the Royal Society for the Preservation of Birds (RSPB) in York, UK; Duxbury Beach Reservation (DBR); Portsmouth, NH Tourism; Boston Winter Walk; Mass Audubon Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, and the North & South River Watershed. He recently volunteered with the Mass. Dept. of Wildlife to monitor and photograph nesting Peregrine Falcons, and has been a volunteer photographer for DBR for the past four years. He is completing a photography project for a 12-month Birders Certificate with Mass Audubon, and will be using his drone to photograph dune restoration work for Duxbury Beach later this year.