James has been fascinated by wildlife since he was a boy and has written on all aspects of the natural world for a range of publications. He travels several weeks each year in search of wildlife, from the Andes of Ecuador and the savannah of East Africa to the teak forests of central India and the traditional farming landscapes of the Balkans. He enjoys discovering all types of wildlife and plants but, if pushed, would probably admit to getting most excited about birds and butterflies.
Click below to see examples of James’s work and here to listen to him on the Radio Four programme Excess Baggage. James also leads overseas tours, most recently to Northern Macedonia, Greece and the Pantanal in Brazil.
There’s No Tiger Without Taiga