Tag Archives: Stephen Moss

Win a signed copy of Behind the Binoculars

Soon you will be able to buy a new book of mine which I’ve put together with my friend Keith Betton and will be published by Pelagic (who also published Fighting for Birds). It’s called Behind the Binoculars and it’s a series of interviews with birders about how they first got into birds, what birds […]

Sunday book review – Tweet of the Day by Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss

For early risers, the few moments at around 6am on BBC Radio 4 for several months has been a date with nature.  More specifically, a 90 second date with the song or call of a species of British bird.  The birds were the stars, they always are, but a range of well-known birders and naturalists, […]

Guest blog – A natural history GCSE? by Mary Colwell

Mary Colwell is an award winning radio, TV and internet producer winning 14 awards over the last 5 years, including a Sony Gold in 2009.  She is also a radio presenter and feature writer for The Tablet. She now produces Saving Species on Radio 4 which covers a wide range of environmental and wildlife issues. […]

Kids stuff?

A couple of weeks ago Stephen Moss wrote a guest blog here about the National Trust report, Natural Childhood,  (which he wrote) which discusses the lack of connection between children and nature.  Did you read the full report – it’s well worth it if you didn’t and it is quite short. Now the National Trust […]

Guest Blog – National Trust Natural Childhood report – by Stephen Moss

Stephen Moss is one of Britain’s leading nature writers, broadcasters and wildlife television producers. He was the founding producer of Springwatch, and his books include A Bumper Book of Nature, a guide that encourages children to explore the great outdoors. A lifelong naturalist, he is passionate about communicating the wonders of the natural world to […]