Guest Blogs

I’m always interested in offers of Guest Blogs for this site.  If you have a burning issue that you would like to get off your chest, and you can write in an interesting way, then get in touch, please.

And thank you to all those who have already contributed – you have stimulated some very interesting comments and debates.

Here is a list of published Guest Blogs (oldest first):

 

Dr Mark Avery, supporter of vulnerable creatures in the sporting field – ‘Mr White’ (April 2012)

The NGO world – Peter Marren (October 2011)

Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust – Ian Coghill (November 2011)

The NT on nature – David Bullock (January 2012)

The Deer initiative – Peter Watson (January 2012)

Feeling for nature – Mark Infield (February 2012)

NT responds to events in the Peak District – Simon Pryor (February 2012)

Maerl – Matthew Chatfield (February 2012)

Gary Burgess, a pigeon fancier – Gary Burgess (February 2012)

Every little helps? – Matt Williams (March 2012)

Save wildlife. Stop birdwatching! – Andrew Lucas (March 2012)

Where are all the women? – Sue Walker (March 2012)

Renewable energy and its impact on nature – Leo Fisher (March 2012)

A service-based environment? – Jonathan Baker (March 2012)

National Trust Natural Childhood report – Stephen Moss (March 2012)

Blogging for victory – Alison Fure  (April 2012)

It isn’t easy being a wildlife friendly farmer – David Fursdon (April 2012)

Bird race – Jonny Rankin (May 2012)

Don’t shoot! – Giles Bradshaw (May 2012)

Save our verges – Sarah Pettegree (June 2012)

Are neonicitinoid pesticides responsible for the demise of bees and other wildlife? – Rosemary Mason and Derek Thomas (July 2012)

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1 Reply to “Guest Blogs”

  1. Mark, You could try asking Magnus Linklater from the Guardian today. Ignoring of course his reference to your ‘facile’ comments.

    It is nice to see such a range of guest blogs that have been on here. The more different opinions that are heard in an open and honest dialogue the better (I am not including the Guardian in that today).

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