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… but is Natural England turning a blind eye? Anna Dale’s essay concludes that there must be no uncertainty – good biosecurity is vitally important.
The National Autistic Society’s 3-year ‘Too Much Information’ campaign aims to increase understanding of the skills and potential of autistic people as well as the barriers they face when looking for work.
“Since that Kestrel died I’ve counted every rainbow.” In this video interview, Chris speaks to long-time birder and podcaster Charlie Moores about his early life and memoir, ‘Fingers in the Sparkle Jar’ on Lush TV.
Such a simple idea – getting people walking together and raising money for their favourite wildlife charity at the same time. I hope everyone gets involved and makes this a huge success.
When he stole a young kestrel from its nest, he was about to embark on a friendship that would teach him what it meant to love, and that would change him forever.
Travel around the globe and meet some incredible baby animals as they begin their journey through life in this beautiful, fact-filled non-fiction picture book from Chris, stunningly illustrated by Harry Potter cover artist Jason Cockroft.
Open letter to Ambassador Xin Shunkang of The People’s Republic of China to Namibia from Chris Brown, CEO: Namibian Chamber of Environment, and other environmental organisations.
Neil Oliver, Andy Torbet and Dr Shini Somara join Chris and hundreds of archaeologists who’ve gathered to investigate at one of Europe’s biggest digs.
I’ve just met up again with the gorgeous poodle puppy I’m sponsoring for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. I’ve named him ‘Rascal’ and I’m pleased to say he’s living up to it.