27 April 2016 Mustard TV
I appeared on the Mustard Show, talking about my evolution from gaucho birder in Argentina to Norfolk naturalist, and the role played in that transition by my book A Summer of British Wildlife.
Tues 3 May, London: National Geographic Traveller Travel Geeks
I was on the panel for the Travel Geeks' event on 'First-time South America'.
I will be appearing at a series of events during 2019. Among other things, I offer a series of illustrated talks, e.g. Europe's top wildlife weekends; A summer of British wildlife; Britain's top wildlife weekends; Wildlife of the Pantanal, South America's Serengeti; A visitor's guide to Antarctic wildlife; The Butterfly Pavilion; Winter birding in Japan; and Tango birding in Argentina: from the Andes to the Atlantic. For further details and a taster of each talk, see my Lecturer page. I am also a wildlife guide: click herefor details of forthcoming tours.
My regular clients for talks include the Marylebone Birdwatching Society, Wensum Valley Birdwatching Society, Peterborough Bird Club and Great Yarmouth Bird Club. Then throw in Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Cley Bird Club, RSPB Cambridge Members Group, NarVOS, Waterstones Norwich etc...
I have appeared on two BBC programmes, Springwatch Unsprung and Countryfile, and on Mustard TV.
I entertained Norfolk Wildlife Trust members with tales from A Summer of British Wildlife at the Trust's dinner evening. A book signing followed the talk.