Asia’s Wildlife: A Journey to the Forests of Hope (Proceeds Support Birdlife International)
Come on a year-long photographic journey to the most remote and biodiverse forests in eight different countries in Asia and learn about rarely seen, let alone photographed, endangered animal species.
Produced to raise funds and awareness of nature conservation through their Forest of Hope program; Asia’s Wildlife is a mesmerizing account of the expedition taken by Fanny Lai and photographer, Bjorn Olesen to observe, photograph, and describe Asia’s most distinctive animal species.
Over 190 images and illustrations feature 129 different animal species, of which 72 are national endemics including:
Giant Cloud Rats
The Majestic Philippine Eagle
The critically endangered Helmeted Hornbill
And many, many more fascinating creatures!
Ongoing conservation efforts to protect these precious forests are described as well as the real threats to the future.
This book is a fascinating read that provides real insight into Tropical Asia’s breath-taking forests and the rare species that inhabit them.
|Dimensions||235 × 273 mm|
Fanny Lai is passionate about wildlife. She is a cartoonist, author, travel writer and former Group CEO of Wildlife Reserves Singapore, which comprises Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, Jurong Bird Park and River Safari. She is equally known for her entrepreneurial business development skills following a career that has spanned more than 30 years in branding, marketing and corporate management. She holds an Executive MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
Bjorn Olesen is a retired corporate executive, award-winning wildlife photographer, author and committed conservationist. A Singapore permanent resident, he has lived more than 30 years in Asia traveling to many of the most exciting wildlife sites on the continent. His articles and images have appeared in numerous local and overseas publications. All his photos are available free of charge to non-profit conservation NGOs.
Foreword by HIH Princess Takamado of Japan. Honorary President of BirdLife International.
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