About Suzi

Suzi Eszterhas Wildlife Photographer | Baby Animal Prints by Suzi

Baby Animal Prints by Suzi is the online art gallery and store for wildlife photographer, Suzi Eszterhas. This collection features the special moments Suzi has witnessed during her adventures, and offers a unique glimpse into the family lives of wild animals. By immersing herself into their world, Suzi is able to share with us intimate moments of profound beauty, from an orangutan playing with its mother to a lion cub meeting his father for the first time.

Suzi has won awards in many competitions including the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition, National Wildlife Photo Contest, and Environmental Photographer of the Year Competition. 

Her photographs have been published in over 100 magazine cover and feature stories in publications such as TIME, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Popular Photography, Ranger Rick, and National Geographic Kids

As an author, Suzi has fourteen books in print with another four in progress. A Future for Cheetahs, created in collaboration with Dr. Laurie Marker, is an intimate portrait of the cheetah’s life and its race against extinction. Suzi’s series of children’s books, Eye on the Wild, follows the lives of wild baby animals from birth to adulthood. Her new book series, Wildlife Rescue, debuts in late 2015. Her books have been featured on GoodMorningAmerica.com and TodayShow.com.

Suzi Eszterhas photographs gorilla in wild

Having lived in a bush camp in Africa for three years and photographed wild animals on all seven continents, Suzi has accumulated scores of adventure stories during her prolific career. She has hugged a baby whale, swam with sloths, fended off curious grizzly bears, had hyenas chew on her engine, had insects lay eggs in her feet, was chased by a green mamba, and hand-raised and released an orphaned serval.

Suzi regularly gives presentations at schools and personally replies to letters from young children; having been an animal fanatic since early childhood, she is a passionate advocate for connecting kids to the natural world.

Recognized as a conservationist in her own right, Suzi is a patron of the Sumatran Orangutan Society and actively supports the Cheetah Conservation Fund, Wildlife Conservation Network, International Rhino Foundation, TigerTime (David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation), Kibale Chimpanzee Project, Center for Animal Protection and Education, and other organizations.

When not traveling, Suzi can be found hiking trails in northern California. For more information about Suzi’s work, please visit www.SuziEszterhas.com