Richard Hoath is the scientific consultant for Egypt’s Flora & Fauna; AUC Press Nature Foldout
He is one of Egypt’s leading naturalist, as well as an author and artist.
From his Faculty Profile Page at American University in Cairo:
Hoath’s big passion is natural history and he has published extensively on the fauna of Egypt in scientific journals, in popular magazines, and as a monthly environmental columnist for Egypt’s leading English language magazine Egypt Today. His latest book A Field Guide to the Mammals of Egypt went into its second edition in 2009. He was elected a Fellow of the Zoological Society of London in 1995.
Hoath is currently working on a further book on Egypt’s mammals incorporating the stunning lithograph’s from John Anderson’s Zoology of Egypt: Mammalia (1902) accompanied by his own narrative.
Richard Hoath is a confirmed Africanophile and has travelled extensively throughout the continent in pursuit of its unparalleled natural and cultural heritage.