Martin Brogger, Claudio Campagna
Claudio Campagna is a researcher at the Wildlife Conservation Society with an interest in marine conservation in open ocean protected areas, animal behavior, and the environmental ethics. His work focuses on the Patagonian Sea, particularly the marine mammals of Peninsula Valdes, in Argentina. He is founder of the Forum of NGOs for the conservation of the Patagonian Sea. Martin Brogger is a marine biologist and an expert on brittle stars as well as other marine invertebrates. He discovers and describes new species that live deep at the bottom of the ocean. Despite concentrating his professional efforts in marine habitats were darkness prevails, Martin is engaged in wildlife photography. He uses drones to assist field biologists in evaluating population numbers of birds. His interests include photographing the flight of turkey vultures that glide in the skies near where he lives and for Viking history, a legacy from his Danish origin.