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Eye of the Leopard

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Our latest book, long overdue, is to be released by Rizzoli in New York in September. We have just received copies of Eye of the Leopard, and we are delighted with the printing and the way it has turned out. Most of all we hope that the book does justice, in its small way, to the delights of sharing the world with animals such as this—and in particular like Legadema, the leopard character of the book.

The fact that there are places such as Botswana’s wilderness, where big cats can live out their lives free of the threat of hunting, is a miracle that perhaps this book and the associated film can highlight.

Learn more about big cats, and please support our efforts to conserve these animals. – Beverly

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