James Lowen 

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. 

My Telegraph feature on ten of the world's best birdwatching holidays can be read here.

Nature's Home- the RSPB magazine - included a feature on Roseate Terns in the UK. 

I also did a blog on Spain's best birding trip for the website BlueSkyWildlife.

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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

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23 January 2019 Recent articles


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... 

In Bird Watchingmagazine, I have had my regular column on non-avian wildlife worth looking for month-by-month. But also an article on garden bird year listing - also blogged about here.