David Bailey is the Wildlife Wanderer.
Tireless in his search for species and their habitats, he is also full of concern and care for those animals he photographs, earning their trust and the right to document their comings and goings. With a soft spot for squirrels, hares and owls, for kingfishers, foxes and deer, his camera has captured many of the wildlife wonders of Wales and England.
In this book alone he features over 50 different species, including otters and beavers, dolphins and dragonflies, hedgehogs and herons, puffins and peregrine falcons, salmon and seals.
Though he likes to let his pictures do the talking, David Bailey also has the odd word of advice for would-be wildlife photographers, some pointers for less experienced naturalists and plenty of personal anecdotes, just to remind us that he really has walked on the wild side.
About the author:
David Bailey is one of the UK’s leading wildlife photographers. He was both cameraman and consultant on the BBC series Rhys Jones’s Wildlife Patrol, and is hugely respected for his enthusiasm and expertise in the field. Such is his reputation that he received the Brand Laureate International Personality Award in 2016 in recognition of his photography. Though Dorset and the New Forest have claims on him, he now lives in mid Wales.
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