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You can support Where Light Meets Dark in many ways.
Purchase trail cameras
Purchase trail cameras from Wildlife Monitoring - I am Australia's only authorised dealer for this fantastic trail camera model. At least check the website out and recommend it to others. You won't be disappointed!
Clicking on sponsored links
The simplest way to financially support Where Light Meets Dark is to click on the sponsored advertising links throughout the site. Revenue from this advertising offsets the cost of hosting this website.
I have attempted to integrate advertising as discretely as possible so as not to detract from your browsing experience.
Making a donation
By far the greatest expense in maintaining Where Light Meets Dark is my investment of time. Individual articles can take from 1 to 40 hours (or more) to produce.
However, there is also considerable financial investment including
- maintaining photography equipment,
- maintaining computer equipment,
- accessing the internet and other communications channels,
- maintaining trail camera equipment,
- supplying storage media,
- supplying battery power
- transportation to locations of interest
If you would like to make a donation towards a specific project, or to Where Light Meets Dark in general, then please contact me.
Visit the Mighty Tiny Book Shop
I have launched a new business venture - the Mighty Tiny Book Shop. Please consider visiting the site and promoting it to your friends. There is a link to MTBS in the left menu on every page.
At the the Mighty Tiny Book Shop you can offer as many items as you want, for as long as you want, with pictures, without sign-up, for free!
You can share the site with your friends and colleagues. Add the Where Light Meets Dark RSS feed to your (or your friend's) RSS feed-reader.
Add your comments
Your participation in commenting on articles is a source of encouragement! It also encourages others to contribute their thoughts and collectively, new insights and ideas can be explored.
Contribute an article or photograph
If you have an article (or an idea for an article), or a wildlife photograph you would like to contribute, then please get in touch.
Thank you for your support and for reading through this page!