One of the thousands of young people Jeff has worked with.
Lemurs in Madagascar are among the most endangered creatures on Earth.
Traversing the highlands of southern Madagascar.
Child living on the street in Madagascar.
Children greet Jeff in northern Madagascar.
Table tops mountains, called tepui, near the remote Venezuelean village of Canaima..
Kayapo tribesmen paddling on the Xingu River prior to the construction on the Belo Monte Dam complex.
Chief Ropni (Raoni) with other members of Kayapo tribe at the Altamira Gathering in 1989.
Delegate at the historic Altamira Gathering in 1989.
Hyacith Macaw brought back from the edge of extinction.
Haida elder, Diane Brown, prays for monumental carved pole at its 2013 raising in Windy Bay, Haida Gwaii.
Haida mastercarver Jaalen Edenshaw at the 2013 raising of his monumental carved pole celebrating the protection of the Gwaii Haanas region of Haida Gwaii.
The pole raising ceremony was abruptly interrupted when a supernatural being, Gaagixiid, which is a wild man of the forest, sprang from the bush with shouts and bold body movements.
Luckily, the legendary Guujaaw was on hand to drive the Gaagixiid (pronounced guh-geat) back into the forest.
The rainforests of Hik'yah (Windy Bay). This forest contains the most significant groves of trees in Gwaii Haanas and the creek that runs through it nurtures a strong run of Pink Salmon.
"Looking Around and Blinking House" was built in Hik'yah (Windy Bay) during the height of the conflict to protect Gwaii Haanas.
Young people paddled this canoe to the historic pole raising event in Windy Bay on August 15th, 2013
Haida performer at the Gwaii Haanas Legacy Pole Feast in Skidegate on August 17, 2013.
Dancing the light fantastic.
The Haida Nation have built a unique and profound culture over the millennia of living on Haida Gwaii.