Although now most familiar for his appearances on BBCs Springwatch, Simon King has in fact been making wildlife films for over thirty years, as both cameraman and presenter. Along the way he has won many awards, written a few books, and survived an attack by a rabid leopard. In his new book Nature Watch, Simon uses his passion and skill to enable the rest of us to get the most out of the natural world. He teaches us to use our eyes and ears to find and follow creatures, how to identify tracks and signs that will lead closer to them, and how to move without disturbing animals. Much more than just a nature handbook, Simon offers insider knowledge to help us get closer to the wild.