Toshiji Fukuda

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Toshiji Fukuda (福田 俊司 Fukuda Toshiji?, born 1948) is a Japanese photographer. He has been taking pictures of wildlife in Japan and Russia. He spends 100 to 150 days every year in the Far East of Russia, photographing the endangered species and other wildlife. He has been working with the Russian Academy of Sciences since 1991 and is an honorary member of the Academy's Far East branch of the Institute of Marine Biology.

Works[edit]

  • Fukurō (フクロウ?)
  • Sennin Dōbutsu Yowa (仙人動物夜話 ?)
  • Yasei wo otte (野生を追って?)
  • Nikkō no Yasei Dōbutsu (日光の野生動物?)
  • Usurī Tora o otte (ウスリートラを追って?)
  • Shiberia Daishizen (シベリア大自然?)
  • Hoppō Yontō Chishima Rettō Kikō (北方四島・千島列島紀行?)
  • Shiberia Dōbutsushi (シベリア動物誌?)
  • Hokkyoku Guma no Ōkoku (ホッキョクグマの王国?)
  • Shiberia Yachō Kikō (シベリア野鳥紀行?)
  • Taiga no Teiō Amūru Tora o ou (タイガの帝王 アムールトラを追う?)

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2013: Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species - Winner". Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The Natural History Museum. Retrieved 22 October 2013. 

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