I penned quite a few articles at the end of last year that have recently made their way into print. This prompted one friend to mock-grumble that every time this year he picked up a magazine and read an article that he found interesting, it turned out to be written by me. London buses etc...
There's a feature on Rome's pooping Starlings in the current issue of BBC Wildlife.
I'm starting to understand why my friend was grumbling...
I have started a new series for The Countryman magazine, looking at the status of UK wildlife. It promises to be controversial... Here are snippets from the first two articles.
I also did a blog on Spain's best birding trip for the website BlueSkyWildlife.
Nature's Home- the RSPB magazine - included a feature on Roseate Terns in the UK.
The same issue of BBC Wildlife also ran a review I had done of a quite delightful children's book.
The RSPB is the UK Partner of a global network of conservation bodies - BirdLife International. This is a piece I wrote for their excellent publication,BirdLife the Magazine.