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“…the North Kent Marshes are one of our growing conservation successes…but here’s the rub, slap bang in the middle of all this conservation is an area with no protection…” First published as a written article in Bird Watching magazine Bo […]
"...closer to my destination are roadside orchards, every tree too artificially stunted and thinned to develop nest holes..."
Bo Beolens, the Fatbirder, talks in this short podcast about 'this
The League Against Cruel Sports works to end cruelty to animals throughout the whole of the UK, and yesterday I went (as a trustee of the League)
Published by Irish publishing house The Collins Press, 'The Birds of Ireland' (BoI) is the latest book in a series by two of Ireland's natural history /
"...No sun, no moon - No dawn, no dusk, no proper time of day..."
Bo Beolens, the Fatbirder, talks in this short podcast about November, gardening for wildlife, storms,
"...And just in case anyone out there thinks this is just this lone Grumpy Old sod banging on about cats again, wake up and smell the house burning
A conversation with Martin Holm, conservationist, birder, musician, and co-owner of the Second Language Music record label. The label recently released the third disc in a series
"...Even Mr Toad has to be helped across our over-busy roads. Mr Otter may be on the up but for how long will his fish-eating habits be tolerated
The following two short podcasts were recorded at the BirdLife Malta stand at the British Birdfair 2013, where it was my privilege to talk to two men
"The unpalatable truth is that many people enjoy killing things...the 'sport' of hunting is killing for pleasure, it diminishes the human spirit and desensitises the hunter to killing