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Wild Nature's Ways (1909) Paperback – 10 Sep 2010. by Richard Kearton (Author), Cherry Kearton (Illustrator).
Richard Kearton: At Home with Wild Nature. British photographer and naturalist. Cherry Kearton (1871–1940). Richard Kearton (1862–1928). British photographer and filmmaker. publication date QS:P577,+1922-00-00T00:00:00Z/9. Internet Archive identifier.
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Richard Kearton FZS, FRPS (1862–1928) and Cherry Kearton (8 July 1871–27 September 1940), brothers, were a pair of British naturalists and some of the world's earliest wildlife photographers. They developed innovative methods to photograph animals in the wild and in 1895 published the first natural history book to be entirely illustrated by wild photographs. 21 Kearton was a made a Fellow of the Zoological Society of London, and Royal Photographic Society.
Richard Kearton (1862-1928) was a British naturalist. Richard Kearton (1862-1928) was a British naturalist. In the summer of 1896 he and his brother Cherry, a great animal photographer, reached the Outer Hebridean islands of St. Kilda and many other remote places. Three years later their famous book With Nature and a Camera, illustrated by no fewer than 160 photographs, was published.
Kearton, Richard, 1862-1928; Kearton, Cherry, 1871-1940, il.
Kearton, Richard, 1862-1928; Kearton, Cherry, 1871-1940, ill. Publication date. Animal behavior, Photography of animals, Photography of birds, Birds - Great Britain. ian frederick-rothwell.
by. Kearton, Richard, 1862-1928. Birds, Insects, Natural history. London, Paris, New York Melbourne, Cassell and company, limited.
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Richard and Cherry Kearton were foremost among the small coterie of British nature photographers working before .
Richard and Cherry Kearton were foremost among the small coterie of British nature photographers working before the end of the nineteenth century. They took the first ever photograph of a bird’s nest with eggs, in April 1892, and three years later (with British Birds’ Nests: How, Where and When to Find and Identify Them) published the first nature book illustrated throughout with photographs.