Artist and photographer Jennifer Parkhurst met her first dingo over 25 years ago on the beach in Womboyne National Park, New South Wales. It was love at first sight. Since then she has travelled to almost every state in Australia – through the outback, along little-used desert tracks, to places remote and strange, and, inevitably, to World Heritage Fraser Island to fulfill her passion for photographing and studying Australia’s native dog. She spent up to six days a week over five years working in the field on the island in order to reveal the intimate details of the dingo’s life in the wild.
Learn about every aspect of the dingo’s life; where it lives, how it raises its pups, how it hunts and what it eats; its family social structure;its character, and much more. 180 beautiful photographs, all taken in the wild.