Michael Leach

Michael Leach
Michael Leach
ARCTIC VERSUS ANTARCTIC
A children’s book looking at the differences between the two environments and the wildlife living there.
RABBITS. A & C Black 1983
THE RABBIT Shire Publications 1989
MICE OF THE BRITISH ISLES Shire Publications 1989
BEARS Mallard Press / New York. Pub USA only 1990
BIG CATS Mallard Press / New York Pub USA only 1990
SECRET LIFE OF SNOWDONIA Chatto & Windus 1991
THE COMPLETE OWL Chatto & Windus 1992
THE GREAT APES – FACES IN NATURE’S MIRROR Blandford 1996
THE WILDLIFE OF SHROPSHIRE Shropshire Books 1997
HIPPOPOTAMUS WWF/Wayland 2000
GRIZZLY BEAR WWF/Wayland 2001
GIRAFFE WWF/Wayland 2001
HIDDEN SHALLOWS Quandary Press 2001
WOLF WWF / Wayland 2002
KOALA WWF/Wayland
THE ONES THAT WORKED Quandary Press 2002
FOX Hodder 2003
BADGER Hodder 2003
HEDGEHOG Hodder 2003
OTTER Hodder 2003
DEER Hodder 2003
BROWN HARE Hodder 2003
MOOSE WWF/Wayland 2003
A NATURALHISTORY OF CHRISTMAS. (with Meriel Lland) Quandary 2014
ARCTIC VERSUS ANTARCTIC. Badger Learning 2015
Kingsley, UK
Dr Michael Leach has been a full-time wildlife author, photographer and cameraman since 1977. He has worked on all 7 continents, travelling to some of the wildest places on Earth to study the world’s most charismatic animals. His photographs have been used in more than 800 books, appearing in over 90 countries. He has filmed TV documentaries for both the BBC and Independent Television, working on more than 100 programs. He is a frequent broadcaster and widely published author. Michael has written 26 books on subjects ranging from big cats and owls to great apes and bears. These books have been translated into 13 languages. His illustrated articles have been published in a long list of magazines including Country Life, BBC Wildlife, the Observer, BBC Country File, Geographical and Amateur Photographer. His photographs have been used in every major wildlife and environmental magazine in Europe and the USA. They have been used by organizations such as National Geographic, Walt Disney Studios, BBC, The Times and The Natural History Museum.
Full list of subjects on my website