The Epic Tale of Bandhavgarh
£20 for book and 2013 Calendar
Hidden away in Central India, Bandhavgarh is one of the best surviving tiger habitats. Lavishly illustrated with more than 150 photographs, Tiger Jungle tells the intricate story of the lives of this small population of wild tigers and their forest home through ten years.
As Sundar, the territorial male, walks through the jungle - the habitat made famous by Kipling’s ‘Jungle Book’- his daily journey takes him over the remains of lost civilisations and his pugmarks imprint on the soft sandy soil, marked by generations of tigers.
With a personal and passionate foreword by international artist and conservationist, David Shepherd OBE, Tiger Jungle offers a unique insight into the daily lives of the tiger - one of the world’s most admired and endangered animals.
(Hardback, 176 pages, 280mm x 250mm)
ISBN: 978 0 9543115 2 0
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Nature of the Capital
Special Offer £20 (normally £25)
Wild London showcases the amazing diversity of wildlife to be found within the city’s boundaries - from familiar species to the rare and unusual. Explore the nature of the capital through the changing seasons. Discover the floral anarchy in Downing Street, newts at Heathrow, stag nights in south London, power station peregrines, bee orchids, bluebells and even seals and dolphins in the Thames. Wild London is an urban safari. An informative text and ‘wild guide’ complement the beautiful photography.
“Iain Green’s photographs contrast the brutal and beautiful … an inspiring reminder to city dwellers that they are not as removed from nature as they’re so often told”
BBC Wildlife Magazine
“a splendid …lovingly researched book, Iain Green’s enthusiasm is highly contagious…”
Geographical – The Royal Geographical Society Magazine
(Hardback, 176 pages, 250mm x 250mm)
Wild Tigers of Bandhavgarh:
Encounters in a Fragile Forest
£24.95 - Only 9 copies left
“A beautifully photographed and intimate portrait of the Wild Tigers of Bandhavgarh. Richly illustrated with more than 250 colour photographs, this is an evocative and fascinating account of Iain’s Encounters in a Fragile Forest.”
“Iain Green’s book on tigers is superb. He clearly shows and shares my passion for these glorious animals”
David Shepherd, OBE, FRSA, FRGS
“a rare glimpse into the life of this beautiful creature.”
(Hardback, 192 pages, 303mm x 245mm)