Seabirds of the World
|Book Size||225 x 260 x 20|
|Imprint||Reed New Holland|
|Release Date||1 Apr 2016|
|Subject Classification||The natural world, country life & pets / Wildlife: general interest / Wildlife: birds & birdwatching|
This book is a visual celebration of seabirds from the tropics to the polar regions, revealing their extraordinary lives in pictures and words. From seabird cities to a lone albatross circumnavigating the globe, each picture not only tells a story but is beautifully crafted.
David Tipling has traveled the world s oceans and visited remote islands across the globe in order to reveal the secret lives of some of earth s most enigmatic species of birds. Seabirds of the World celebrates the lives of these remarkable birds, many of which have populations in crisis.
Never before has such a large group of birds needed such urgent action to save them from the brink of extinction.
David Tipling is an award-winning wildlife photographer with a passion for birds. He is the author or commissioned
photographer for more than 40 books including the widely acclaimed Birds & People and Penguins: Close Encounters.
When not photographing his other passions in life include Formula One motor racing and managing a four-acre wood
close to his home in north Norfolk, UK.