Wildlife

27 May 2021

'Interviews with a Moth Man'

Tonight The Urban Birder, David Lindo, hosts me as part of his 'In Conservation With...' series. We will be talking about moths on the very day that Much Ado About Mothing is published.

7 July 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 escotrted you 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.

James Lowen 

26-27 May 2021

Much ado about mothing
A year intoxicated by Britain’s rare and remarkable moths
I will be talking about the unexpected joys of moths to:

  • Radio London at 14h30 on 26 May
  • David Fitzgerald on Radio Devon at 11h10 on 27 May; and
  • Radio Leeds at 11h40 on 27 May.

5 July 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 escotrted you 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.

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!

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 escotrted you 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.

7-11 June 2021

Norfolk summer tour
Philip Precey and I will be co-leading this Wildlife Travel tour, which will explore the best of Norfolk's summer wildlife. For more details - and to book one of the (currently) two remaining spots - click here

Previous and regular clients

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. 

21 June 2021

Tango birding in Argentina: From the Andes to the Atlantic 
James draws on three years of living and birding in Argentina to guide you around the entire of South America's second-biggest country. From the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean, and from the mighty, jungle-shrouded waterfalls of Iguazú to the remoteness of Tierra del Fuego, we voyage in search of the mythical Hooded Grebe, swarms of glittering hummingbirds and the gargantuan Greater Rhea - via conservation and an unseemly wild-goose chase. 

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.

9 June 2021

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. 

18 May 2021

Joint meeting of the Maidstone and Medway RSPB local groups

Tango birding in Argentina: From the Andes to the Atlantic 
James draws on three years of living and birding in Argentina to guide you around the entire of South America's second-biggest country. From the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean, and from the mighty, jungle-shrouded waterfalls of Iguazú to the remoteness of Tierra del Fuego, we voyage in search of the mythical Hooded Grebe, swarms of glittering hummingbirds and the gargantuan Greater Rhea - via conservation and an unseemly wild-goose chase. 

10 June 2021

Fife Bird Club

Gaucho birding in Argentina: From the Andes to the Atlantic 
James draws on three years of living and birding in Argentina to guide you around the entire of South America's second-biggest country. From the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean, and from the mighty, jungle-shrouded waterfalls of Iguazú to the remoteness of Tierra del Fuego, we voyage in search of the mythical Hooded Grebe, swarms of glittering hummingbirds and the gargantuan Greater Rhea - via conservation and an unseemly wild-goose chase. 

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.

25 May 2021

Much ado about mothing
A year intoxicated by Britain’s rare and remarkable moths - two days prior to the book's publication!

​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