Messages from the Wild

What

A series of brief interviews with animals,

offering them a chance to give us 

a perspective on their environment.

Why

Because we could learn a lot by listening to them, and they're quite charming.

How

By persuading experts to play the part of the animal they specialise in.

"Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That's the problem."


― A A Milne, Winnie the Pooh


Messages from the Wild is on iTunes

"A great way to start any day. Simple, funny and life-affirming." khd73, iTunes listener

The Barn Owl

With many thanks to Ian McGuire, Wildlife Educator and Owl Specialist

www.wildowl.co.uk 

The Ladybird

With many thanks to Ray Barnett, Head of Collections and Archives, Bristol Museum and Art Galleries

 ray.barnett@bristol.gov.uk | www.bristolmuseums.org.uk

The Peregrine Falcon

With many thanks to Ed Drewitt, Naturalist, Broadcaster, Wildlife Detective

www.eddrewitt.co.uk 

The Stag Beetle

With many thanks to Dr George McGavin, Zoologist, Broadcaster, Author 

The Hedgehog

with many thanks to Yvonne Cox, Hedgehog Rescue, South Gloucestershire

 www.hedgehogrescue.info 

The Adder

with many thanks to David Dewsbury, Wildlife Enthusiast and Researcher, Forest of Dean

The Buzzard

With many thanks to Ian McGuire, Wildlife Educator and Owl Specialist

www.wildowl.co.uk 

The Flea

With many thanks to Dr Amoret Whitaker, 

Senior Lecturer (University of Winchester)

Scientific Associate (Natural History Museum, London).

The Earthworm

With many thanks to Nicky Scott, aka Dr Compost, Food Waste Educator, Community Compost Expert 

Dr Compost | Growing Devon Schools | Proper Job

Please send any comments, suggestions, ideas or let me know if there is a particular animal you'd like to hear from in the future.


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