Talks and Walks

*This page is currently in the process of being updated.*


A number of talks are on offer if an individual or a group would like to make a booking, please contact me via email at Each talk typically lasts for an hour, though adjustments can be made to suit the needs of a group. The fees of booking are £50 for the talk, with additional payment for the cost of transport to and from the venue.

Media poster for Neotropics talk

  • This talk refers to a trip to the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil  with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in January 2019. The talk looks at what exactly is the Atlantic Rainforest, the birdlife of it and how it came to be, how the community of small town called Paraty are conserving the rich and endemic birdlife along with the frontier of birding in a neotropical environment.

Media poster for Cornell Talk

  • An American Dream is a talk which takes a look into one of the worlds most commended research institution’s young birders camp. The continence of the talk feature’s the origin’s of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and how the lab is bringing birding to the 21st century with projects such as eBird and Merlin. In addition to this, the talk also includes a brief insight into the work of the Cameron Bespolka Trust and what it feels like to be birding New World style and some of the things you can expect to encounter around Cornell’s HQ in Ithaca.

Birding the Wirral Peninsula

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The Cameron Bespolka Trust: A Future of Hope

  • In working progress


Javea: The Gem of Iberia

  • In working progress…