"Superb colour photographry ." - Geographical - The magazine of the Royal Geographical Society
"An extraordinarily comprehensive study of the tigers in the heart of Kipling's Jungle Book India, and the environment in which they live ." Amateur Photographer magazine
"The photography is quite fantastic... I will treasure the book." Mrs C Robertson
"If you are worrying what to buy someone for Christmas, this truly stunning book would make a very nice gift - I'm sure it is going to find its place in collections everywhere." Barbara Sturgeon, BBC Radio Kent
"Wild Tigers of Bandhavgarh is absolutely stunning. I could not wait to start reading it and am already deeply enthralled." Mr J Haugh
"A magical tour of Bandhavgarh in India where there is the densest concentration of the rare Bengal tiger. This visually arresting book takes you deep inside the national park and straight into the day to day lives of these truly magnificent beasts with a fascinating narrative from Iain Green, the author. An absolute must have for any tiger or big cat fan." Amazon.co.uk
"Quite simply stunning! This book details the lives and exploits of a family of tigers in beautiful photographs which provide a real sense of the daily lives of these fabulous creatures. Each page contains stunning photographs of the tigers and their environment from forest to grass land. The book although focused naturally on the tigers also provides information and photographs about the other wildlife of Bandhavgarh from Bee-Eaters to ants! It is clear to anyone reading this book that the author cares greatly not only for the tigers, but also for the protection and conservation of the area in which they live. A real sense of the author's excitement at each tiger sighting is felt whilst reading this book. With each encounter a new nugget of information is gleamed about the way in which the tigers interact.
Reading the book and following the lives of these tigers is like the most addictive soap opera - each page demands devouring to find out what happens next. This book is a must have for any tiger fan, and anyone interested in the beautiful country of India."
Reviewer: kirstylstevens from Hampshire, United Kingdom
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
"An inspiring journey through the green spaces of London that opens your eyes to a world of urban wildlife potential ... valuable contribution to UK wildlife photography..."
Digital Photography User
'Wild London is a splendid …lovingly researched book, Iain Green’s enthusiasm is highly contagious...'
Geographical – The Royal Geographical Society Magazine
"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 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."
"Wild Tigers of Bandhavgarh thoroughly deserves all the plaudits that it's getting, I'm enjoying it enormously."
F. Bigg, Surrey
"a rare glimpse into the life of this beautiful creature..."
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