Today is National Bird Day, which has naturally started me thinking about the way we live alongside this diverse and beautiful classification of animal. We
This month I’m proud to announce that a very special interview of mine with globally renowned primatologist Dr Jane Goodall has been featured in National
The jaguar; a most elusive, yet powerful big cat. Stealthy and strong, it hunts like a true warrior, yet lives almost like a phantom; ghost-like in the rainforests of South America.
At the start of the summer, I was fortunate enough to be sent to Florida, to research conservation stories on location for National Geographic Kids.
Educating children is the key to improving the condition of the planet for future generations. Giving them the chance to see the mistakes of the generations before them, and empowering them to not only avoid those mistakes, but improve upon them, is an incredibly powerful tool.
There’s nothing like waking up to sunshine creeping through the window and the sound of early morning birdsong. I love the hustle and bustle of
I had the absolute pleasure of attending the Jane Goodall institute’s Roots & Shoots Awards 2017 on World Wildlife Day– an important day in the conservationist’s calendar for promoting campaigns and causes concerning wildlife across the globe.
Apparently today is the most depressing day of the year. Cold January Mondays, can be a miserable time as it is, without the thought that statistics
It’s no secret that I love photography. I also love ‘conservation education‘, so hearing that the UK edition of National Geographic Kids magazine has announced its
Sometimes, to really fall in love with nature; to understand and appreciate it, we need to see it, beautifully framed and thoughtfully presented. It’s great