Stephen Mills has been a professional naturalist all his working life and has been studying tigers in India and Nepal since the 1980s. He wrote the BBC film Tiger’s Crisis, which helped to bring the rise in poaching for trade in tiger parts to international attention and shook the conservation community out of complacency. As a writer, producer and cameraman he has made 35 films for TV, working on influential BBC series such as The Private Life of Plants and Land of The Tiger. For the last ten years he has also been leading trips mainly to look for tigers in India.
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