More and more people find themselves fascinated by nature and look there for relaxation, far from the hustle and bustle of the city and the hectic world of the office. Simply to switch off, unwind and see something different. This is the moment we work for at Carl Zeiss. That is why we also support the people and projects that make the preservation and protection of nature their daily mission and responsibility. Together we are working for you. In the future you can use brilliant, high-resolution optics to immerse yourself in the natural world, and switch off completely.
We would like to introduce you to just some of the places that you can go to relax and where nature has been given special protection with the support of Carl Zeiss. At the same time we will show you the people. Each one an expert in his or her field. The organisations and projects that are working closely with Carl Zeiss to protect the natural world.
Elli H. Radinger (born in 1951) is a journalist specialising in wolves. Since 1991 she has been Editor-in-Chief of Wolf Magazine, the only German-language publication about wolves. For most of the year, Radinger, the author of numerous books, lives in America's Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, where she has been collaborating on a wolf project since 1995.
She is the only German expert on the Yellowstone wolves and also runs wolf-watching trips.
Gerard Gorman is an experienced and highly regarded tour guide in the field of nature and bird observation. Gerard’s main ornithological interest lies in woodpeckers. He is considered an expert in the European species. Alongside his work as a tour guide for professional birdwatchers he is also the author of various specialist books.