I am a writer and photographer currently living on the Emerald Coast of Florida. I have a Master’s Degree in Environmental Management from the Duke Nicholas School of the Environment, where I specialized in Ecosystem Science and Conservation. I am also a National Geographic Young Explorer, completing four trips to the Maine North Woods in each of the four seasons, Fall 2015-Summer 2016.

I am the Communications and Marketing Coordinator for the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance, as well as a regular contributor to the Duke Nicholas School, the Maine Sportsman, Bangor Daily News, Nat Geo Voices, Voices for Biodiversity, and 10000 Birds; I also had a blog series dedicated to my experiences as a Nat Geo Young Explorer for the Natural Resources Council of Maine. In the past I have written for The Conservation Fund, the Triangle Land Conservancy, and Sarah P. Duke Gardens. My in-print work has been published in the  BirdWatching Daily, the Florida Sportsman, Coastal Angler, and Guy Harvey Magazine. Finally, I am the co-founder of creative consultancy Terra Communications, LLC, founder and managing editor of the travel website One World, Two Feet, as well as the managing editor for the award-winning online magazine Voices for Biodiversity.

Follow my daily adventures on Instagram, @a_day_in_the_landscape.

To contact me, please feel free to email zambellophotography@gmail.com or fill out the contact form below.

In-Print Publications

The Maine Sportsman

Monthly bird articles on migratory and resident species

BirdWatching Daily

Article on nesting shorebirds, August 2016

Article on birding in the Maine North Woods, upcoming

Florida Sportsman

Article on Florida’s Alligator Gar, February 2017

Guy Harvey Magazine

Photos of Grand Bay, Mississippi featured in the Winter 2017 issue

Maine Audubon

Spread on Maine North Woods adventures in Fall 2016 newsletter


Upcoming story on the Florida National Scenic Trail scheduled for 2018

Coastal Angler

Conservation story in the July 2017 magazine, Big Bend edition.

Blogs and Online Publications

National Geographic Adventure

Article highlighting expeditions to the Maine North Woods.

National Geographic Voices

Articles highlighting biodiversity around the world.

National Park Traveler

Articles from National Parks, here in the United States and around the world.

Natural Resources Council of Maine

Blog series highlighting excursions to the Maine North Woods on a National Geographic Young Explorer Grant.

Voices for Biodiversity                    

Articles and photo galleries on biodiversity around the world.

Bangor Daily News

Recounting birding adventures from around the state of Maine.

10000 Birds

Internationally recognized bird site devoted to birding, nature, and conservation. Weekly blogs highlight birding adventures as well as state and national birds.

Duke Nicholas School of the Environment

Duke program publishing blogs from students, faculty and alumni. Blogs focused on communicating conservation, environmental issues, and outdoor trips.

Triangle Land Conservancy

Blogs for local land trust covering events, preserves, and green living.

Sarah P. Duke Gardens

Award-winning botanical garden located on Duke’s Campus in Durham, NC. Blogs focus on events, sightings in the garden, and ecological phenomena; example below.

The Emerald Coast

CVB website for Okaloosa County. Blogs focus on natural areas and ecotourism.

Academic Publications

Patterns of Bird-window Collisions Inform Mitigation on a University Campus


Trends in Measuring Biodiversity and Ecosystem function in Mitigation Programs

Forthcoming for the Duke Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions


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