My latest book, Wild Philippines, has been out for a little while now, but it has taken me a bit too long to finally getting around to doing this – making a little video talking about the book, and showing off a few of its pages.
First of all, as a quick reminder, below is Wild Philippines‘ front cover. I hope you like it. It shows a Samar Hornbill in rainforest on the Philippine island of Samar. It’s a rare bird, restricted to just a handful of islands in the country’s southeast. So I was very lucky to come across a group of them while motoring along the Ulot River in the heart of the Samar Island Natural Park.
Watching the Wild Philippines video
So anyway, here’s the video. It has been posted on You Tube, but you can see it here, linking through from that site. I hope you like it!
Finding out more about Wild Philippines
You can find out more about Wild Philippines on the website, where you can see sample photos and pages by clicking on this link:
Wild Philippines is on sale worldwide, and you can buy it through most good book shops, even if they don’t have it in stock. It is also available from all Amazon website. In the Philippines, it is available through most branches of National Book Stores, as well as through there online store.
You can also buy it directly from us by clicking on the link below:
Wild Philippines is published at last! Yes, this long-awaited book is now in the shops (or at least available from them), so you should all be rushing to snap up your copies over the coming weeks!
A major work
With over 50,000 words and 300 photos, and taking two years to pull together, Wild Philippines is a major work. It represents a much-needed overview of the Philippines’ natural environment and its conservation. Both the information and the photography should appeal equally to the lay person who simply wants something attractive about the Philippine natural environment, and the serious conservation worker involved in research into and protection of the country’s critical habitats and wildlife.
All the text and almost all the photos (bar six, of subjects I couldn’t get myself) are by me.
I know I shouldn’t be immodest, but I think the book looks fantastic!
Where to buy Wild Philippines
In the UK Wild Philippines is available through all good book shops, and in the Philippines through all branches of National Book Stores. Online, it can be found in all the usual places, including every Amazon website.
Seeing some sample material
A few sample photos are shown here, including the cover. However, many more photos, plus sample pages can be seen at:
Continuing with the second Wild Philippines photo shoot, here’s a second video about a couple of days I spent with the Mabuwaya Foundation, working with Philippine crocodiles, in the far north of the Philippines.
This video shows reptile expert Joey Brown fitting a captively reared juvenile crocodile with a radio transmitter that will enable it to be tracked once it is released back into the wild. The young croc was due to be released the next day, so the transmitter had to be fitted then.