I am increasingly being sent material (books, apps etc) to review, so this is where I collect those verdicts - in case they are of interest to anyone! Click the underlined text to read the review.
February 2020: Atlas of the breeding birds of Chile by Red de Ornitologicos de Chile (in Neotropical Birding)
November 2019: Through the animal kingdom by Derek Harvey and Charlotte Pepper (in BBC Wildlife)
August 2019: Birds of Chile: a photo guide by Steve Howell and Fabrice Schmitt (in Neotropical Birding)
August 2019: Les oiseaux de Guyane by Tanguy Deville (in Neotropical Birding)
June 2019: The big book of birdsby Yuval Zommer (in BBC Wildlife)
Feb 2019: We build our homes by Laura Knowles (in BBC Wildlife)
Oct 2018: El Quesar de Gamoneu, hotel in Picos de Europa, Spain
Sep 2018: Ten reasons to love a lion/penguin by Catharine Barr and Hannah Clulow (in BBC Wildlife)
Jun 2018: Wildlife of Madeira and the Canary Islands by John Bowler
May 2018: Orchid Summer by Jon Dunn and The Orchid Hunterby Leif Bersweden
April 2018: A new Neotropical companion by John Kricher (in Neotropical Birding 22)
April 2018: The birds of the Falkland Islands by Robin Woods (in Neotropical Birding 22).
April 2018: Wildlife of Ecuador by Andres Vasquez Noboa (in Neotropical Birding 22)
April 2018: Birds new to science by David Brewer (in Neotropical Birding 22)
April 2018: Sloths: life in the slow lane by Rebecca Cliffe & Suzi Eszterhas (in BBC Wildlife)
February 2018: Rainforests in 30 seconds (in BBC Wildlife)
Feb 2017: Canon 1D X mark II.
Feb 2017: Field guide to the moths of Great Britain and Ireland, 3rd ed, by Paul Waring & Martin Townsend.
Nov 2016: reviews of three lodges (Septimo Paraiso, Mashpi & Maquipucuna) in north-west Ecuador.
August 2016: Field guide to the birds of Suriname by Arie L Spaans et al.
March 2016: Birds of the Serra dos Orgaos by Daniel Mello et al.
Feb 2016: Crossbill Guides: Canary Islands II.