An incredible opportunity to join Chris for a unique tour of The Gambia’s birdlife Feb 2014. Locations such as Abuko nature reserve and the River Gambia.
“OCD dictated that I finish on a ’round’ number. So seventy, 8.75 per programme, one every 10.285 minutes, a great band and the best I could do spontaneously”
The most complete and concise catalogue of methods and practices used to protect the Barn Owl, both in captivity and in the wild. An invaluable tool to help keep the species secure as a feature in our landscape and its ecosystems.
I’m hoping for a few new species and some more great new science – something to top last year’s sensational ‘newt guffing’ and the moles radial sesamoid bone!
An opportunity to join Chris at the Hawk Conservancy Trust and photograph hawks, owls and eagles in natural surroundings and under his guidance!
Straight into Baggy Trousers in programme one as I was indeed wearing a pair. It was damned cold so no excuses needed there. Then a Beaver kit fell through the ice, well, what an Embarrassment.
I started at the beginning and I read to the end without stopping and that, for me at least, is a rarity. But then Mark Avery is a rarity too as he has few, if any, equals in contemporary British conservation.
A new way of seeing, regarding, understanding and enjoying birds. I guarantee that you will learn masses from this book, lots of remarkable gems that will increase your appreciation of bird life. Top blokes, top birds, top book!
A remarkable film that reveals why up to 19 species of songbird choose to nest next to it; the closer the songbirds nest to the Sparrowhawk the more successful they are in rearing their broods.