On Sunday 10th August 2014 Chris Packham and Dr Mark Avery were at Derwent Dam in the Peak District National Park for a peaceful protest with hundreds of like minded people aiming to put a stop to the widespread illegal killing of Hen Harriers.
Spend an evening with Chris, a patron of AfriCat, and hear about the inspirational work they are doing with big cats to keep them free and in the wild – lions, leopards, cheetahs. Chris will also share some of his tips and ideas about taking great wildlife photos.
This t-shirt design doesn’t really need explaining . . . a heart for our love of these beautiful birds which should be free to fly unscathed in England. Free to download for your own use.
A rare glimpse into the imagination of an exceptional photographer at the moment he captures each picture. A stunning collection of his photographs from more than 25 years of travelling.
‘Massacre on Migration – Malta’ video diaries presented by Chris Packham and produced by Jez Toogood, Ruth Pearcey and Luke Massey. They were posted to YouTube daily 21st – 27th April 2014.
The House of Commons debated “UK policy on protection of migratory birds in Malta” on Wednesday 7 May. It was called for by Sir John Randall, MP.
Let’s be clear . . . this campaign is not over. Nor will it be until spring hunting and illegal shooting have ended on Malta. However, it’s certainly time for some gratitude.
As I left him I felt that for the second time in twenty-four hours I had shaken the hand of a giant in the world of conservation. I’ll tell you something . . . they are making statues of the wrong people.
Birdlife Malta are running an appeal to raise 50K Euros. This will allow them to campaign and lobby the people to ensure they participate in the vote. You can donate and every little helps so please give whatever you can afford.