Pollination Power is a visually spectacular insight into the hidden secrets of plant pollination, unravelling the deceit, tricks and rewards that plant bestow upon their pollinators. Throughout the book, full page colour photographs are accompanied with extended captions, telling the stories of the different pollination methods used by plants. This will be Heather's 60th book, adding to her impressive back catalogue of natural history photography books.
Heather Angel began working as a marine biologist, but abandoned this for a career as a wildlife photographer. Now she manages her own image library - Natural Visions. She works abroad extensively but has invested a lot of time working at Kew on this book. Heather is an enthusiastic communicator via her books, and Pollination Power marks her 60th publication. Heather's work has been recognised by worldwide honours, including a special professorship from Nottingham University. She was President of The Royal Photographic Society from 1984-1986.