Book David Ireland for Public Speaking

CROCMANDavid Ireland is arguably one of the world`s most experienced wildlife film producers and presenters, his Wildlife Man films are shown to countless millions world-wide on major TV networks in Europe and Asia, including Discovery HD Channel USA and Canada and Channel Nine and Win TV Australia. David works with a huge diversity of animals, everything from lions and leopards to sharks and crocodiles, deadly snakes and ocean giants like humpback whales.David often works with dangerous animals and has many life threatening encounters, hs back has been broken by a whale, his ribs smashed by a wild boar and has come close to being killed by a massive crocodile.

David began life as a sickly child that was bullied and suffered shocking punishment from cowardly school teachers. David`s life changed when a circus strongman became his mentor. Don Athaldo totally changed David`s physical and mental health, allowing him to become the Wildlife Man. Penguin Random House publishing have just published David`s life story and the book is set to become a best seller. David Ireland is a very clever, highly entertaining and inspirational public speaker, his presentations are backed up with action packed short films projected on huge screens.

David`s amazing life has attracted much media interest over the years.The following media have published stories on David`s life: Channel Nine 60 Minutes: Entertainment Tonight USA: A Current Affair: Sunday Night Channel Seven: Midday Show Channel Nine: Quantum ABC: Ray Martin SHow: ABC News: Nine News: Seven News: Good Morning Australia: Australian Geographic: Sydney Morning Herald: Simply Living: The Age: The Western Australian: In Flight: SCUBA Diver America:2GB: 2UE: ABC National:

The trademarks ” David Ireland” and ” Wildlife Man” are the number one results on Google world-wide.

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Read review of the Wildlife Man life story book by the Weekly Times below:
February 18, 2016 12:00am
Chris Bantick The Weekly Times
THIS ia a page-turner if ever there was one.
David Ireland’s life as a filmmaker — his film Crocodile Man is legendary — and wildlife recorder is packed with real life encounters with crocodiles, sea snakes, lions and sharks.
And that’s just for starters.
The book is also brutally frank and honest.He is no superman, but a man who has struggled in his life with the boyhood loss of his father and some of the harshest school years imaginable.
Ireland was bullied and beaten at school. This was a defining period in his life and his story is, in part, informed by his desire to make himself into a man of not only great physical strength but with a very resilient character — something he needed in the wild.
There is much here that will have readers awed.Take Ireland’s encounter with the famed and fearsome Fergus, the mammoth saltwater crocodile that very nearly took his life. It is a riveting chapter.So, too, is the filming of the fabled Jaws-like great white shark that was as dangerous as it was cunning.
Then there are elephants and baboons in Botswana and even Southern Ocean whales.There are also other moments where Ireland recalls his days as a spear fisherman, his exploration of shipwrecks and his unwise body surfing that put him in hospital (and could have easily killed him).The book is assisted by some outstanding colour photographs and these, in a way, tell their own story.
There, in pictures, is the weak-bodied bullied boy and his transformation to the bull-chested strongman.Ireland’s story is part biography and part call to preserve wild animals in their habitat.It is a great read for anyone who likes edge-of-their-seat action and also some quieter moments of reflection.