Mark Avery is many things including;
- a senior conservationist with 25 years at the RSPB and 12 years subsequently as an independent campaigner
- a son, husband, father and grandfather
- a co-founder of Wild Justice with Ruth Tingay and Chis Packham – click here
- a not-bad birder and keen but barely adequate all-round naturalist
- a scientist by training with a PhD on bat behaviour (long time ago – 1983)
- a trustee and former Chair of the excellent World Land Trust – click here
- an author (click here) with a new book coming out this summer ↓ ↓ ↓
My new book, Reflections, will be published in less than four months – on 4 July.
Have a look at what is in it, what people say about it, and maybe order a copy to be sent to you on publication day – click here.
What they say about my new book (so far):
Chris Packham – If I were ‘king for a day’, Avery would be instantly installed as the benign dictator of conservation in the UK. If you love wildlife, read this, think about this, and act upon this.
Stephen Moss – A timely, brutally honest, yet inspiring account on what has gone wrong with wildlife conservation, and how we can put it right.
Ian Newton – Mark Avery is uniquely qualified to write this immensely stimulating and thought-provoking book. Reflecting on his lifetime in conservation he discusses the successes and failures of the past, and draws important lessons for more effective conservation in the future.
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