SOURCE: New York Times
Hope Ryden developed a passion for photography during breaks abroad as a Pan Am flight attendant in the 1950s. Credit Barbara Hill
by Sam Roberts
Hope Ryden, whose lifelike photographs of North American beavers, coyotes, mustangs and other wildlife helped elevate them into poster animals for conservation campaigns, died on June 18 in Hyannis, Mass. She was 87.
The cause was complications of hip surgery, her brother, Ernest E. Ryden, said.
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