Peter Beard, the wildlife photographer, found dead in New York

wildlife Famous celebrated Wildlife Photographer, Peter Beard was found dead in the arms of nature near his cliff-side home in New York. Nearly after three weeks of missing which his family had reported, he was found dead there leaving everybody awestruck.


The 82-year-old man wasn’t just a wildlife wildlife photographer but was also an incredible artist and an adventurer. Although the police haven’t been able to reach the reason for the cause of his death yet they are very sure that it isn’t a suicidal case at all.

Beard was an inspiration wildlife for amateur photographers

Peter Beard was very popular for his wildlife African wildlife photography and his perspective about life in general. He had always been an enthusiast about his passion and never followed any restraints.

According to sources, Peter was last seen on March 31 after which his family had filed a missing complaint to find him. He was also reported to suffer from dementia and also experienced a stroke during his lifetime.


“We are all heartbroken by the confirmation of our beloved Peter’s death,” Beard’s family stated adding, “He died where wildlife he lived: in nature.”

The case is still unresolved but the question is, where did Beard go missing before he lay dead? Was he murdered? These questions have been doing the rounds in the minds of all his fans who are unable to absorb such tragic news.

Peter romanced the nature of Africa

Africa had always been Peter’s favorites place to capture the wildlife. In his best work called, ‘The End of The Game’ which was published in the year 1965, he had documented several texts and photographers that defined his love for Africa and its wildlife.


Beard was a real talent and a massive inspiration for all of us. We hope that his soul rests in peace in heaven!

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