An Exclusive Interview with Wild Dog Expert Nick Dyer
The first in a series of online interviews with icons in the word of wildlife, travel & conservation.
In this episode, Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham speaks to award-winning wildlife photographer, author, photographic guide and conservationist Nick Dyer.
Nick was a winner the 2018 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Awards, a finalist in the Natural History Museum’s Wild Life Photographer of the Year, he is a Fellow of The Royal Geographical Society in London and a member of The Explorers Club in New York.
He has enjoyed a long interest in painted wolves, spending the last seven years following three packs on foot in Mana Pools, studying, photographing and documenting their lives incredibly closely.
He is the co-author of the highly acclaimed coffee table book, ‘Painted Wolves: A Wild Dogs Life’, which he wrote with Peter Blinston. providing a powerful insight into the lives of the painted wolves and what is being done to save them.
He is a founding Trustee of the Painted Wolf Foundation which he set up to help raise awareness of this highly endangered creature and support their conservationists in the field.
Nick also leads specialist safaris in Zimbabwe to photograph these incredible creatures, offering his guests a uniquely intimate insight into how these animals live together.
Nick gives talks around the world on behalf of the painted wolves, appears on TV and radio and has articles and photographs published in myriad publications globally including National Geographic.