TARA A TIGRESSc1981 - ISBN 0-7043-2282 XThe story of Tara's development is a fascinating one. From the build-up of her relationship with Eelie the dog and Harriet the leopardess, through her early attempts at eating a porcupine and her surprise encounter with a bear, to her first kill, the reader will be spellbound. Many interesting photos, both color and black and white.Click Here- EuropeClick Here- USA (Amazon)Click Here- USA (Alibris)
TIGER! TIGER!c1984 - ISBN 0-224-02991-6No human being has ever lived in closer harmony with Tigers than the distinguished Indian naturalist Billy Arjan Singh. He makes a moving plea for greater efforts in the field of conservation. Above all, the fascination of this book lies in the author's own unique observations of tigers in the jungle including his own tigers. Many interesting photos, mostly color.
A TIGER'S STORYc1999 - ISBN 81-7223-356-6In July 1976, Arjan Singh collected a tiger cub from Twycross Zoo. Tara, as she was named, was brought to Tiger Haven, the author's farm in Uttar Pradesh and reared by him in the hope of returning her to the wild. A touching account of the tigers that came into the author's life, this brilliant volume concludes with inspiring chapters on tiger conservation. NOTE: This book contains some of the chapters from "Tara A Tigress" and some of the chapters from "Tiger!Tiger"!(NOT all the chapters).Several interesting color photos..Available at:Click Here- EuropeClick Here- India NOTE: You must search under both ARJAN Singh and Billy or you will Not find all of his books listed.
PRINCE OF CATSc1982 - ISBN 0-224-02034-XWonderful book about Harriet the Leopard and other animals at Tiger Haven under the care of conservationist Billy Arjan Singh.Many interesting photos, mostly color.Available at:Click Here- EuropeClick Here- USA (Amazon)Click Here- USA (Alibris)Click Here- India NOTE: You must search under both ARJAN Singh and Billy or you will Not find all of his books listed.
EELIE AND THE BIG CATSC1987 - ISBN 019 565749 7"Eelie is a most unusual dog who arrives uninvited at the home of Billy Arjan Singh, when she is a few months old and stayed for the rest of her life to become his inseparable companion. Along the way, she befriends and forms a special association with the three leopards which Arjan Singh rears at his home; the leopard cub, prince, and the twin sisters Harriet and Juliette. Later arrives the zoo-born tigress Tara, who returns to the jungle to produce her cubs by a wild tiger."The author writes with a sympathy for all animals and a regard for conservation in this unique story of Eelie with the ‘Big Cats’. Eelie forms a rare bridge between the world of humans and that of wild creatures, linking the two in a way never seen before or since."Several appealing color photos.Available at:Click Here- India(khazana) NOTE: Khazana has an office in the US in Minneapolis, MN..From the U.S. and Canada: Phone 1-800-542-9262.ALSO, available at:Click Here- India(Vedams)
Arjan Singh's : TIGER BOOK. c1998, 160 p.The fear of extinction of the glamorous jungle cat, the tiger, is a spectre that haunts Arjan Singh. It is humanity's duty to ensure the survival of this great species, which is a symbol of the great forests in which it lives. A collection of writings on the tiger by contributors from all walks of life; hunters-turned-conservationists, photographers, filmmakers, all bound by the common interest of preserving this species. Available at:Click Here- EuropeClick Here- India(Vedams)
WATCHING INDIA'S WILDLIFE: The Anthology Of A Lifetime c2003 - ISBN 019-565094-8Available at:Click Here- EuropeClick Here- USAClick Here- India(khazana) NOTE: You must search under ARJAN Singh and Not Billy or you will Not find all of his books listed. ALSO, available at:Click Here- India(Vedams)NOTE: NO items on this site are sold by the owners/manager of this site and NO profit whatsoever is made by the owners/managers of this site from the selling or purchase of any item shown on this site. The links to purchase items are listed strictly for YOUR convenience in the event you want to purchase any of the items shown. It is entirely your responsibility to check out the reliability of a company before placing any order.
Honorary Tiger: The Life of Billy Arjan Singh Author: Duff Hart-DavisHardcover 224 pages. Also photos.UK -Publisher: Methuen Publishing Ltd (October 27, 2005) ISBN: 0413775534 US - Publisher: Methuen Publishing (May 1, 2006) ISBN: 0413775534 Synopsis:An affectionate biography of India's renowned 'tiger-man', and one of the world's greatest conservationists. Billy Arjan Singh's has been an extraordinary life by any standards. Born into a prestigious family of Sikh landowners, the young Singh was a relentless hunter and killer of every creature imaginable, until, guided by his conscience and observation of the impact of man on nature, he became one of the most tenacious champions of wildlife India has ever produced. "Honorary Tiger" is an affectionate portrait of a man who has devoted fifty years of his life dedicated to the cause and conservation of wildlife, and in particular, of India's threatened tiger population (which he has written about in books such as "Tiger, Tiger, Prince of Cats" and "Eelie and the Big Cats". Along the way, Singh has encountered official corruption, apathy, and public scorn but has remained a champion of the forest, and it was due to his tireless campaigning that in 1973 Indira Gandhi authorized the creation of India's Dudhwa National Park. He is perhaps most famous for the creation of Tiger Haven, his extraordinary home on the edge of the jungle, where he lives with his tigers and three orphaned leopards. Now in his eighties, he recently received the J.Paul Getty Wildlife Conservation award - a global honor administered by the World Wildlife fund - in recognition of his outstanding contribution to international conservation. A fascinating biography of a unique life, Honorary Tiger is currently a best-selling title in India. Billy Arjan Singh recently received the J. Paul Getty Wildlife Conservation award. Several interesting photos.Reference for above text and book available at: