Margot Raggett left a corporate career in PR in London in 2010, in order to concentrate on her love of wildlife photography. The 'Remembering Wildlife' photographic books capture the magnificent beauty of Africa’s endangered wildlife and, inspired by David Attenborough’s quote “Are we happy to suppose that our grandchildren may never be able to see an elephant except in a picture book?” raises awareness and funds for grass root conservation projects, in over 24 countries across Africa and Asia. So far, nearly 200 photographers have contributed to those books under the banner of ‘Wildlife Photographers United’, selling more than 32,000 copies.
We are stocking these books to coincide with the Remembering Wildlife Talk in the Tithe barn on the 4th March. Available to book online https://www.thyme.co.uk/thyme-events/remembering-wildlife-with-margot-raggett