Written by Hugh Collins
Twenty years after hitting our screens in the BBC’s Big Cat Diary, Jonathan Scott reveals the fascinating – sometimes painful – story of his journey to become one of the world’s most respected wildlife presenters, writers and photographers.
From a childhood spent on the family farm in Berkshire to travelling 6,000 miles overland in Africa and starting a career as a wildlife artist and safari guide, Jonathan’s tale is that of a lifelong love affair with the natural world. And a fervent desire to see it nurtured and preserved.
Beautifully illustrated with drawings and photographs by Jonathan and his wife Angie – herself an acclaimed wildlife photographer – this new autobiography is not only a gripping read but a though-provoking one. It raises uncomfortable questions about the future of wildlife on a continent where the needs of the people sometimes seem overwhelming. It will bring hope to those who have struggled with their own demons. But most of all it is an inspiration to those determined to follow their dream, whatever it may be.
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Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides
Title: The Big Cat Man: an Autobiography
Author: Jonathan Scott