I’m really pleased to be able to say that the July issue of Geographical magazine (the monthly publication of the Royal Geographical Society) contains a prominent feature on my book Wild Philippines.
Consisting largely of extracts from the book’s first two chapters, it also features some of the photography, focussing largely on the Philippines’ unique, or endemic, animal species.
You can see the article here, by clicking on the image gallery below:
Moving forward with Wild Philippines
This is a fantastic new development, as I have to say in all honesty that we’ve been having all kinds of trouble managing to promote Wild Philippines. Not surprisingly, much of that is down to the Covid-19 pandemic, which completely wiped out plans to promote the book in the Philippines itself. So the Geographical article is a major boost and step forward in getting news about the book out there, at least within the UK.
About the Royal Geographical Society
The Royal Geographical Society (RGS), founded in the 19th century, is the UK’s most well-known research and exploration body, specialising in the promotion of study into geographical issues, both in the natural and the human worlds.
Some of the UK’s most famous explorers have been and indeed still are members of th RGS.
Geographical magazine is its monthly publication, going out automatically to all RGS members. It is also available generally, normally on sale in many good newsagents.
To find out more about the RGS click on the link below:
To find out more about Geographical magazine click on this link:
Find out about Geographical magazine
Find out more about Wild Philippines
Wild Philippines is a major publication, written and published by Nigel Hicks and published by Oxford-based John Beaufoy Publishing. Its 208 pages give a hugely valuable overview and snapshot of the status of Philippine wildlife and its conservation. In addition, Wild Philippines features over 300 photos that focus in on the country’s huge numbers of utterly unique plant and animal species, ranging from the mighty Philippine Eagle to the vast numbers of orchid and medinilla plant species.
To find out more about Wild Philippines, and to see sample pages click on the link below:
Find out about Wild Philippines
Getting a copy of Wild Philippines
Wild Philippines is available around the world through all good book shops, both high street and online.
To buy directly from me contact me by phone (+44 (0)7977 546961) or click on the link below:
Buy a copy of Wild Philippines online