A beautiful, fact-filled picture book and a perfect introduction to the natural world for all young nature lovers. Stunningly illustrated by Jason Cockroft.
Incredible baby animals begin their journey through life in this beautiful, fact-filled non-fiction picture book by Chris, stunningly illustrated by Jason Cockroft.
Fingers in the Sparkle Jar has been voted Britain’s favourite piece of nature writing in an online poll organised by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Video of broadcast will be available shortly. Chris was celebrating the publication of #SparkleJar in paperback, answering questions live from the Hawk Conservancy Trust, Hampshire.
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.
Chris joins Richard E. Grant in the Penguin studio to discuss his memoir, reminiscing about badger watching in bondage trousers and explains why it’s important to suck up every last drop of life.
In his rich, lyrical and emotionally exposing memoir, Chris brings to life his childhood in the 70s. Pervading his story is the search for freedom and meaning in a world that didn’t understand him.
An exceptional new DVD from David Culley who spent many challenging months alone each year filming 18 hours or more a day to capture the lives of a pair of Tawny Owls.
‘Barn Owl Conservation Handbook’ is the most complete and concise catalogue of techniques and practices used to protect the Barn Owl, both in captivity and in the wild.
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.