Mark Carwardine

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The last of Last Chance to See

Series Producer Tim Green talks to Mark at the end of the two year project, to find out how it compared to the first time around.

Mark Carwardine

Zoologist Mark Carwardine is an award-winning writer, magazine columnist, widely published photographer, consultant, broadcaster and lecturer. Mark has presented many programmes for Radio 4 including the weekly half-hour programme Nature.

Mark has written more than 50 books, including the best-selling field guide to whales, dolphins and porpoises ever published, and his most recent title, Natural History Museum Animal Records. Mark wrote monthly columns in BBC Wildlife and Wanderlust magazines for many years. Mark also has an extensive collection of wildlife, nature and environment photographs taken on all seven continents and in more than 100 countries.

Mark is chairman of the judging panel for the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition for the fourth consecutive year, and will be again in 2009.

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Douglas and Mark during the original Last Chance to See journey. Photo by Mark Carwardine

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