Author(s): Michael Bright
Ever since 1907, when a flickering film about birds enthralled a cinema audience, we've been fascinated by watching the natural world on film. Accompanying the BBC two-hour special, this work dives into the archives to find the 100 wildlife moments that best celebrate the glories and the eccentricities of this popular and enduring culture.
Michael Bright is a senior producer with the BBC's Natural History Unit in Bristol, UK. His recent films and series include Perfect Shark with Mike deGruy, Natural World: Ant Attack, and British Isles: A Natural History with Alan Titchmarsh. He is the author of over 75 books including Wild Caribbean, Andes to Amazon (Wild South America), Animal Language, 1001 Natural Wonders and The Wildlife Year as well as a variety of wildlife and environment books for children.