A welcome change of pace

It will not have escaped your attention that I have been rather lapse in my blogging efforts of late; though on this occasion, this is for an entirely positive reason. Indeed, as of writing this post, I am currently enjoying my third week in a new job: as a communications officer for the Natural History Society of […]

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Researchers warn that bird feeders could aid the spread of disease

Diseases among bird populations are on the increase and, as a growing number of households take to feeding their garden birds, researchers have claimed that bird feeders are contributing to the spread of dangerous pathogens, viruses and bacteria in certain species. Scientists from both the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and the British Trust for […]

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New Nature wins at the UK Blog Awards 2018

Last night, it was revealed that New Nature Magazine has won in the ‘Green and Eco Company Category’ of the UK Blog Awards 2018, beating some seriously tough competition to take home the prestigious prize for virtual work. Hooray! Born of a conversation between myself and managing editor, Alex Pearce, in late 2016, New Nature aims […]

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Hauxley: a triumph of accessibility

My relationship with NWT’s Hauxley Nature Reserve goes back a long way: to my childhood no less when, during my middle school days, it served as the perfect place to escape reality and engross myself in nature. Indeed, for me, the reserve has always been a place of learning – gifting me with early encounters […]

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