505: John E. Marriott talks Tall Tales, Long Lenses

Defender Radio Podcast 505: John E. Marriott talks Tall Tales, Long Lenses

John Marriott is a wonderful wildlife photographer, who has spoken with The Fur-Bearers about ethics and advocacy in the past. His new book, Tall Tales, Long Lenses: My Adventures in Photography, is an exciting glimpse into his life.

Between speaking engagements and book signing events, John took some time to talk with Defender Radio about the new book, including the process of developing it, what it was like to invite readers into his memories and life, and why one of Canada’s most popular wildlife photographers is also one of Canada’s most outspoken conservationists.

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This week's episode of the Defender Radio podcastis presented with the support ofWully Outerwear. Find them onFacebook,Twitter,Instagram, or atWullyOuterwear.com.

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