|Rick Cech is the principal author and photographer of Butterflies of the East Coast: An Observer's Guide (Princeton, 2005). He wrote "A Distributional Checklist of the Butterflies and Skippers of the New York City Area," and co-authored the National Audubon Society Regional Guide to Florida. He has been a frequent contributor of articles and photographs to American Butterflies. Rick's photography is widely published, in articles and books as well as in photo exhibits and displays. His work emphasizes butterfly biology and ecological considerations, stressing the importance of conservation and the protection of vanishing species and habitats.|
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