Category Archives: Guest blog

Guest blog – Opportunity for young people by Keith Betton

Keith Betton is, amongst other things, a mate of mine and the co-author of Behind the Binoculars, in whose pages you can find out more about him. At the moment he is in Senegal birding but he left this blog before he left.       SHOULD WE WORRY ABOUT THE LACK OF YOUNG BIRDERS? […]

Guest blog – More from the Peak District by Bob Berzins

Bob writes: I have a life long passion for the outdoors through rock climbing and fell running. A cancer scare in my thirties made me appreciate many things I simply hadn’t noticed before, from the smallest plants to the gap in the sky from a missing raptor. It’s all worth fighting for and that’s what […]

Guest blog – Peak District paths by Bob Berzins

Bob writes: I have a life long passion for the outdoors through rock climbing and fell running. A cancer scare in my thirties made me appreciate many things I simply hadn’t noticed before, from the smallest plants to the gap in the sky from a missing raptor. It’s all worth fighting for and that’s what […]

Guest blog – What will you do as Rome burns? by Laura Kammermeier

Laura Kammermeier is a writer, birder, environmentalist, and communications consultant. She is also a news junkie, a defender of freedom, and an activist. She’s really teed off right now. She lives in New York state.   Laura can be found on the web at MyDigitalNature.com and NatureTravelNetwork.com.       What will you do as […]

Guest blog – Spurn development decision by Georgia Locock

Georgia is a young naturalist and blogger. She is in her second year of A levels and plans to study zoology at university. Amongst her fascination of all wildlife, she particularly enjoys using trail cameras to capture footage of nocturnal wildlife, birding, campaigning and sharing her fascination of the natural world in the hope of […]