“Being a witness to our rapidly changing world is particularly poignant for an artist inspired by nature. Just painting the beauty of life has become a frustration. I am getting the uneasy feeling that, like the cavemen in the distant past, I am painting subjects that will not exist in our very near future. It has become important to me to paint the ‘big picture’ –the relationship between different species and their environments. The story of our time.”
–Julie Askew
Source: Lifeline – Painting the bigger picture, Stanford University MAHB


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Lifeline welcomes Specialist Advisor :

Waheed Al Fazari Bsc

Head of Wildlife Division, Diwan of Royal Court- Office for Conservation of the Environment

Major: Bachelor in Environmental Biology. Minor: Chemistry.  Sultan Qaboos University, Oman.

-Southern Oman Expedition, Empty Quarter and Al Qamar Mountains - British Schools Exploring Society and Office for Conservation of the Environment.
- Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, NIOZ and
-Wetland International Waterbird counting in Oman coastline (Barr Al Hikman)
- International Avian Research, Office for Conservation of
-Environment, Peregrine Fund (Madagascar) and Natural Research (NR)
-Main Researcher in The Survey of Sooty Falcons (Falco concolor) on the Islands of the North Oman Coast.
- Airport wildlife Assessment Five Oceans Environmental Services LLC
- Wetland Officer in Haya Water Company, Al-Ansab Wetland Project.

Waheed Al Fazari is also our Field Biologist for Oman 2018.