Endangered Photography Book
‘It’s never before been so important to connect people with nature- our future depends on it’
Endangered is brought to you by the incredibly talented photographer Tim Flach.
In this beautiful hard back book, Tim powerfully documents the lives of endangered species through extraordinary imagery whilst highlighting the issues which face them in the wild.
Travelling around the world, including to ZSL conservation projects, this breath taking book captures these endangered species in breath-taking detail.
This lavishly illustrated photography book contains an exquisite range of animals in their natural habitat. With commentary by zoologist Jonathan Ballie to tell you more about each species and the threats they face.
A truly beautiful coffee table book that is sure to inspire conversation with friends and family.
Endangered would make the perfect gift for animal lovers and photography enthusiasts alike.
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Meet the Author: Endangered species Behind the Lens Books Signing Event
Get the chance to meet the photographer and author of Endangered Tim Flach, along with a team of ZSL conservationists, at an exclusive book signing event on the 20th November 2017 at ZSL London Zoo.
Tim Flach will be discussing his work and how he captured these incredible shots of some of the world’s most endangered species and will be signing copies of the book.
To find out more about this event and to book tickets please click here.
Copies of the book will be available to purchase at the event.
Want to purchase the book now and pick up at the event?
Order Endangered online and during checkout put the ZSL London Zoo address as the shipping address. Our team will make a note to put your paid copy aside to collect on the evening. Please bring a printed copy of your order email confirmation. For more information please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can’t make the event?
Signed copies of Endangered will be available online from the 21st November.