Articles

Michael and Sharon Williams have written various articles about the unique flora and fauna of Australia.

AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE MAGAZINE – AUSTRALIA

FOUR SEASONS IN ONE PLACE

Volume 2. Autumn 2012

Written by Sharon and Michael Williams

IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography, is featured in an article in the ‘Volume 2. Autumn 2012′ edition of Australian Wildlife magazine produced by the Wildlife Preservation Society. In this article, ‘Four Seasons in One Place’, Sharon and Michael Williams talk about life in the Little Desert National Park of western Victoria, Australia; giving detailed information on the area that is vital for people wishing to visit and successfully locate the illusive flora and fauna of the Little Desert National Park. This nine page feature is accompanied by full colour images on every page and the publication itself is covered with an image of the resident MALLEE SPADEFOOT – Neobatrachus pictus on the front and SPOTTED MARSH FROG – Limnodynastes tasmaniensis on the back.  The issue also contains various images from the region on the inside of both covers.

Images courtesy of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography P/L

Read the article HERE (718kb) ©2012 IT’S A WILDLIFE P/L


WILDLIFE [SECRETS] MAGAZINEAUSTRALIA

VICTORIA’S OUTBACK SECRET – The not so Little Desert

Volume 1. Number 4. January 2012

Written by Sharon and Michael Williams

IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography, is featured in an article in the ‘January 2012′ edition of Australian Wildlife [secrets] magazine. In this article, ‘The Not So Little Desert’, Sharon and Michael Williams talk about life in the Little Desert National Park of western Victoria, Australia; giving detailed information on the area that is vital for people wishing to relax, unwind, walk and successfully locate the illusive flora and fauna of the Little Desert National Park.  The magazine comes complete with a ‘pull-out’ poster of the rarely seen ROSENBERG’S MONITOR – Varanus rosenbergi photographed by Michael Williams (third official record of this species for the Little Desert National Park)

Images courtesy of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography P/L

Read the article HERE (982kb) ©2012 IT’S A WILDLIFE P/L


*SOTOKOTO MAGAZINE – JAPAN

Volume 143. May 2011

Written by Michael Williams

An article featuring the critically Endangered SPOTTED TREE FROG – Litoria spenceri is featured in the ‘May 2011’ edition of Japan’s number 1 lifestyle magazine; SOTOKOTO.  In this article, Michael Williams of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography details the history of the species and the continual efforts, over the past 18 years, of Dr. Graeme Gillespie and his team to protect and save this extremely vulnerable species from extinction.  The article is complimented by full-colour images captured over the past 3 years in the field with the recovery team.

Spotted Tree Frog images courtesy of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography P/L

*The article itself is published in Japanese, as it was produced in Japan specifically for their market.

Read the article HERE (733kb) ©2011 IT’S A WILDLIFE P/L


AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE MAGAZINE – AUSTRALIA

Volume 2. Autumn 2011

A photograph, taken by Michael Williams of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography, of the endemic MAREEBA ROCK-WALLABY – Petrogale mareeba is featured on the front cover of the ‘Autumn 2011′ edition of Australian Wildlife magazine produced by the Wildlife Preservation Society.

Image courtesy of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography P/L



AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE MAGAZINE – AUSTRALIA

Volume 4. Spring 2010

Written by Suzanne Medway (President of WPSA)

The photographs of Victoria’s amazing fungi, captured by Michael Williams of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography, compliments an article in the ‘Spring 2010′ edition of Australian Wildlife magazine produced by the Wildlife Preservation Society. In this article, ‘FUNGI’, WPSA president Suzanne Medway celebrates and acknowledges Australia’s biodiversity to coincide with the United Nations declaring 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity. This four page feature is accompanied by full colour images on every page of some of the most amazing species of fungi that blanket our native forests.  This edition is covered front and back with an image of a HYGROSCOPIC EARTHSTAR – Astraeus hygrometricus.

Images courtesy of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography P/L

Read the article HERE (812kb) ©2010 IT’S A WILDLIFE P/L


AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE MAGAZINE – AUSTRALIA

Volume 2. Autumn 2010

IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography, is featured in a photographic portfolio in the ‘Autumn 2010′ edition of Australian Wildlife magazine produced by the Wildlife Preservation Society. In this portfolio, ‘Antarctica’, selected images of the Southern Ocean’s unique wildlife adorns three pages in full-colour from wildlife photographer Michael Williams of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography during the Sea Shepherd Society’s anti-whaling campaign ‘Operation Waltzing Matilda’.  This edition is covered front and back with an image of sub-adult KING PENGUINS – Aptenodytes patagonicus photographed in the Kerguelen Islands.

Images courtesy of IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography P/L

View the photographic portfolio HERE (742kb) ©2010 IT’S A WILDLIFE P/L


AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE MAGAZINE – AUSTRALIA

Volume 4. Spring 2009

Written by Michael Williams

IT’S A WILDLIFE – Nature and Wildlife Photography, is featured in an article in the ‘Spring 2009′ edition of Australian Wildlife magazine produced by the Wildlife Preservation Society. In this article, ‘Holding on in a modern world’,  wildlife photographer Michael Williams gives his account of frog decline in Australia and talks about wildlife photography in the field with IT’S A WILDLIFE partner and wife Sharon Williams. This four page feature is accompanied by full colour images on every page and the publication itself is covered back and front by an image of the endangered WATERFALL FROG – Litoria nannotis.

Read the article HERE (718kb) ©2009 IT’S A WILDLIFE P/L