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Trevor Frost  

Photographer, writer, filmmaker, and National Geographic Young Explorer

Trevor Frost is an explorer, field biologist, photographer, and conservationist. He has spent the last 5 years working with scientists and conservation groups to save endangered wildlife and wild places. Trevor hails from Virginia and considered many different careers before deciding on field biology as a teenager.

Trevor has led eight international expeditions to four continents, in places like Congo, Patagonia, and the Canadian wild. In that time Trevor has also helped produce two films and launch several photo exhibits that have toured around the world. He's most proud of his work with the International League of Conservation Photographers and a number of Canadian conservation organizations that together helped secure a permanent ban on mining in the Flathead River Valley of British Columbia.

Trevor lives on the James River in Richmond, Virginia where he grew up exploring the rapids and islands of the James River Park System the very place that inspired him to want to help better protect other parks around the world. One of Trevors heroes is Ralph White, a park ranger, park manager, naturalist, and educator who is largely responsible for the health and success of the James River Park System. Trevor hopes to work with wildlife rangers across the globe to improve the protection they provide for species in their respective areas.

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