Guest blogs – I’m keen to have more

There have been many excellent Guest Blogs here over the years – and months, and weeks, and days (and there’s another one tomorrow).

I like Guest Blogs because: I don’t have to write them, they add to the variety of the blog, experts can write about things of which I know little or nothing, they sometimes take us into the emotions of others, they are fun.

And you seem to like them too – wasn’t Findlay’s a great Guest Blog yesterday?

So, I am always keen to receive Guest Blogs to consider.

Over the winter I’d be particularly interested in Guest Blogs that;

  • are from wildlife NGOs about their work
  • are from young naturalists
  • are personal accounts of what nature means to you
  • are not about birds
  • are personal accounts of events involving environmental NGOs
  • are reviews of books about wildlife (not my books!) – old or new books
  • are takes on issues from Scotland, Wales or even Northern Ireland

It’s probably a good idea to get in touch before writing a blog, but you don’t have to.

 

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2 Replies to “Guest blogs – I’m keen to have more”

  1. Hi Mark, i'd be interested in writing a guest blog. I've just returned from a 3 month voluntary stint at the CNRLI Iberian lynx ex-situ breeding centre, in Portugal, where I was working as an ethologist. I could maybe write about that?

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  2. What could be better than for you to reproduce the obit of that great conservationist Norman Moore which I understand will appear in tomorrow's Telegraph. Norman passed away peacefully yesterday. I understand that his last words were in praise of his beloved dragonflies.

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