Wildlife talks and presentations.
Large stock library of wildlife and freshwater images, all from the UK. (Reduced rates for charity and educational use.)
Educational talks & walks for schools and other education providers.
Consultant on freshwater habitats
Experianced teacher of photography from universities to private workshops
Previous Clients include:
Magazines - Diver / BBC Wildlife / Country Life / Outdoor Photography / The Countryman / Natural World / Wildlife Watch / The Derbyshire Magazine / Cornwall Life / Cornwall Today / Cumbria Life / Underwater Photography / Landscape Photography Magazine / Photography for Beginners / The IRIS / FISH IFM Magazine / Anglers Mail / Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Mag / Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust Mag
Lincolnshire Life / Wild Travel / Angling Times / Reflections (DWT Mag) / Wingspan / LRWT Mag / The Field / Fallons Angler
The Complex Lives of British Freshwater Fishes (CRC/Taylor & Francis)
Freshwater Fishes of Britain (Author: Jack Perks)
Pond & River Wildlife of the UK (Author: Jack Perks)
Hooked on Lure Fishing (Contributor)
British Freshwater Fishes (WILDGuides Author: Mark Evarad)
Know Your British Freshwater Fish (Author: Mark Evarad)
Big Fish Off: Guide to Fishing (Korda)
British Wildlife Photography Awards 2015 - Animal Portriats Highly Commended
Bird Photographer of the Year - Highly Commended
British Wildlife Photography Awards 2016 - Wildlife in HD
Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019 - Runner Up in British Wide Angle
British Wildlife Photography Awards 2019 - Highly Commended
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The Complex Lives of British Freshwater Fishes
£30.00 (PLUS £3.50 P&P)
NEW BOOK RELEASE
This stunningly illustrated book goes far beyond a run-of-the-mill nature guide. It explores the fascinating life histories of Britain’s freshwater fishes, a group of animals which, despite their importance and ubiquity in our diverse still and flowing fresh waters, has before now been rarely regarded and respected as 'wildlife'.
Our native fishes tend generally to be considered as simply something for anglers to catch or for people to eat, yet they work enormously hard for us. Author Mark Everard, avid nature-watcher, angler and scientist, shows how freshwater fish provide food, ornamentation, sport and cultural identity, and highlights their huge importance for conservation as part of the living ecosystems upon which we all depend. He dives into the mysteries moving below the surface of our rivers and lakes, bringing the wonderful and fascinating world of the diversity of British freshwater fish species into plain sight and into mind.
This unique book features over 100 full-colour photographs by pioneering photographer and filmmaker Jack Perks, whose work has featured on BBC Springwatch, The One Show and Countryfile. The book is filled with technical detail useful to conservationists and biology students. Most importantly, it is also presented in an accessible, visually attractive and engaging manner that will appeal to anybody with an interest in the natural world: the conservation-minded public, the angling community, and our nation of wildlife enthusiasts.
Whatever your background, this book will open your eyes to our freshwater fishy wealth, and the many ways in which it enriches our lives.
13 Signed Copies left
£30.00 + £3.50 P&P