I’m a writer and photographer living in London, England. On this blog I publish photographs, prose pieces and the odd poem highlighting nature, its proximity and great meaning to me in my life and hopefully to you and yours.
I am the author of a booklet of poems called I am living with the animals. You can read more about it here.
I lead walks on a variety of natural history subjects both professionally and as a volunteer, covering bats, birds, trees, butterflies and wildflowers. It is always a pleasure to encounter first-hand the passion and interest people have for wildlife and the natural environment. It gives me great hope about the conservation of wildlife. Here are links to some public appearances I’ve made:
“Lewisham Borough is a stag beetle hotspot”, Newsshopper, July 2012
There are a lot of people active in the world of conservation and wildlife. Here are a list of people and organisations I recommend:
Maria Pinta – Spanish wildlife illustrator
Peter Beckenham – Kent/London birder and passionate conservationist
Julian Hoffman – author of The Small Heart of Things
European Conservation Action Network – Dorset-based conservation CIC taking volunteers abroad
London Wildlife Trust – the only charity dedicated to protecting London’s wildlife
Karel Šimeček – Czech ornithologist and photographer
Friends of One Tree Hill – south London Local Nature Reserve
SoLoMig – south London birders close to my heart
Badger Trust – fighting the mindless cull
The New Nature – writing wild London
Philip Braude – award winning wildlife photographer
All content published on this website, unless under the name of another (e.g. Guest Photographer) is © Daniel James Greenwood 2012, 2013.
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