Working in conservation has its setbacks. Hours are long, pay can be low — if you even manage to get paid work in this field in the first place — and the emotional toll can see you fraught with eco-anxiety, desperate to have super powers, and feeling like your messages just aren’t reaching enough people quick enough. This guest blog post from Jessie Panazzolo reminds us why we must make room for ‘conserving the conservationist’.
I’m excited to announce that I will be giving a series of talks over the next few weeks about my career in environmental journalism, the creation of the book Connections With Nature, and some child-friendly workshops about wildlife and the environment. Here’s a run down of where and when you can find me…
Watch our special online event celebrating the launch of Connections With Nature book and the Wildlife Blogger Crowd’s commitment to telling the stories of wildlife through writing, photography, art and poetry.
It’s finally here, 4th October is World Animal Day — and today is the day that ‘Connections With Nature: 50 moments of meeting the wild’, our Wildlife Blogger Crowd book is officially available to buy.
I’m so happy to share the exciting news that I’m creating and editing an anthology of work; “Connections with Nature”. The new book is due out later this year, and is comprised of chapters sent in from our Wildlife Blogger Crowd members…
Top 20 wildlife & nature books for 2020: I’ve put together a list of some of my favourite reads from the last few months, to hopefully introduce my blog readers to these incredible books and authors, some of which are perhaps lesser known in some literary circles.
Happy World Book Day! It’s no secret that I am total book geek, and if you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you’re bound to
We all have stories that shape us. Tales of triumph, or tragedy — or both — which serve to remind us why we do what