Wildlife

James Lowen 

13 November 2021

52 shades of green: Britain’s best wildlife-watching weekends

Britain hums with exciting wildlife experiences, which makes our country simply perfect for short staycations. Drawing on his best-selling book 52 wildlife weekends: a year of Britain's best wildlife-watching breaks, prepare to be escorted the length and breadth of the country to share Britain's very best wildlife-watching breaks: from puffins to porpoises, otters to orchids, and frogs to fritillaries.

9 Sep 2021

Rochdale Field Naturalists' Society

Much ado about mothing
A year intoxicated by Britain’s rare and remarkable moths
Moths are routinely slandered as all being clothes-munching, plant-destroying pests. This talk sets this misapprehension to rights through narrating an intoxicating, year-long quest to celebrate Britain’s rarest and most remarkable moths.

Wildlife

15 October 2021

Amersham Birdwatching Society

Japan: the world's best winter birding?
The avian stars of this conservation-infused talk include such glamorous, sought-after species as Red-crowned Crane, Blakiston's Eagle Owl and Steller's Sea Eagle. 

7 Dec 2021

Durham Bird Club

Much ado about mothing
A year intoxicated by Britain’s rare and remarkable moths
Moths are routinely slandered as all being clothes-munching, plant-destroying pests. This talk sets this misapprehension to rights through narrating an intoxicating, year-long quest to celebrate Britain’s rarest and most remarkable moths.

11 January 2022

52 shades of green: Britain’s best wildlife-watching weekends

Britain hums with exciting wildlife experiences, which makes our country simply perfect for short staycations. Drawing on his best-selling book 52 wildlife weekends: a year of Britain's best wildlife-watching breaks, prepare to be escorted the length and breadth of the country to share Britain's very best wildlife-watching breaks: from puffins to porpoises, otters to orchids, and frogs to fritillaries.

Previous and regular clients

12 Oct 2021

RSPB Aberdeen and district local group

Much ado about mothing
A year intoxicated by Britain’s rare and remarkable moths
Moths are routinely slandered as all being clothes-munching, plant-destroying pests. This talk sets this misapprehension to rights through narrating an intoxicating, year-long quest to celebrate Britain’s rarest and most remarkable moths.

5 August 2021

Cley Calling (this will be an in-person event)

Much ado about mothing
A year intoxicated by Britain’s rare and remarkable moths
Moths are routinely slandered as all being clothes-munching, plant-destroying pests. This talk sets this misapprehension to rights through narrating an intoxicating, year-long quest to celebrate Britain’s rarest and most remarkable moths.

19 August 2021

Wensum Valley Birdwatching Society (this will be an in-person event)

Much ado about mothing
A year intoxicated by Britain’s rare and remarkable moths
Moths are routinely slandered as all being clothes-munching, plant-destroying pests. This talk sets this misapprehension to rights through narrating an intoxicating, year-long quest to celebrate Britain’s rarest and most remarkable moths.

EVENTS


COVID-19 kyboshes in-person events, but I am doing a large number of online Zoom talks for local natural-history clubs in 2021. If this interests you, please see my talks brochure & client comments. Click here to book!

15 Sep 2021

RSPB Dundee local group

Antarctic wildlife: exploring the great white continent

Join an Antarctic tour guide and author of Antarctic wildlife: a visitor's guide for a virtual cruise to the bottom of the world. Your journey will depart from southernmost Argentina, traverse the fabled Drake Passage then explore the Antarctic Peninsula before heading north-east to South Georgia (truly a paradise upon Earth) and the Falklands. Amid stunning, iceberg-dominated scenery, seals and cetaceans vie for your attention with penguins and petrels.