A few months ago, toying with the idea of starting up an online magazine written and produced entirely by young people, I had hoped a few people may rally to the notion. I had hoped that some may be interested in reading such a document and others, particularly a few notable figures in the environmental … Continue reading New Nature: thank you all!
The three watches' have become somewhat of a national institution over the years, loved by many for bringing the best of Britain's wildlife into our homes, whatever the season. Something which they do, reliably, through an enthralling mix of both education and entertainment - seldom falling short in terms of breathtaking imagery, intriguing facts and … Continue reading Autumnwatch: why I never miss a beat
It may surprise you to learn that the New Forest, one of our few remaining relics of a more holistic Britain, is crumbling. From the inside out. The forest, like so many others in our day and age, plagued by overgrazing. The only difference being that, in this case, unlike other wooded areas continuously degraded through grazing … Continue reading The New Forest is degrading, and Bambi is not to blame.
Chris Packham is an inspiration to many young naturalists, myself included. His unique, highly intellectual, presenting style setting him apart from many other TV personalities, and his dedication when it comes to promoting the causes in which he believes, wholly admirable. He is, arguably, the face of Springwatch - the show which first propelled me … Continue reading Packham Bashing: An Assault on Freedom of Speech?