All posts tagged jonny rankin
Ironic, isn’t it, that while a trio of birdwatchers are putting themselves through pain and discomfort to raise awareness about the rapid decline of the Turtle Dove, the ‘Maltese hunter’ (a poacher armed with a gun and a sense of […]
As mentioned in my last post expectation was high for my southern hemisphere debut, working life hadn’t allowed me to mentally prepare quite as much as I would
I sit down to write this at dusk on the commencement of the latest trial cull of badgers, down in the southwest. As such I cannot leave the
I read this article yesterday morning. It is about drilling for oil in the Amazon rainforest. Specifically drilling for oil in the Yasuni National Park. Here is
Nature is brutally awesome...
I watched a Great Black-backed Gull eat a Mallard alive today.
It was a tremendous display of power from a brute bird and exhilarating to
Jonny & his crew are doing a big bird race in May to help raise funds for the RSPB. There is more info here: http://www.talking-naturally.co.uk/heres-jonny-and-here-is-his-big-bird-race-story/ Here is another unique
Welcome to The Conference Calls: served with conservation and bad jokes this is THE panel podcast about the British birding scene. Chaired by Charlie Moores, and inspired by