WhAT I DO
I’m Andrew, ecologist by day and sometimes by night. I’m of the opinion that if people don’t know about things they can’t care about them, which is why I share stories and photos of interesting wildlife and habitats on this site.
I believe in research-led conservation efforts and letting science lead the discussion. Interested in how technology can help solve the world’s environmental problems rather than adding to them.
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What I've been up to, what I have seen and what I've been thinking about.
I’m currently working down in Bristol and recently had a lovely encounter with an urban fox. Bristol is well known for its […]
I recently had the pleasure of chairing webinar run by the IEMA North of Scotland Regional Steering Group about rewilding and habitat […]
I took a walk along the riverside on my break today. There have been reports of kingfishers down there but up till […]
One of my favourite things about winter is finding flocks of geese that have come here to over-winter. Spending a lot of […]
I’ve noticed a worrying and increasingly frequent trend recently. Often, when there is a bad news story (and there are many of […]
Being back on the Scottish mainland recently gave me the opportunity to find and photograph red squirrels. This time of the year […]