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Over the years more and more nature reserves have been visited and species studied and photographed.  

The Natural Year talks are now greatly expanded and specialised into particular subjects, covering, native orchids, bumblebees, other bees and wasps, damselflies and dragonflies and other genera.

Click here for a summary of these new talks.

Personal profile Wildlife photographer

Wide range of talks


After a business career in scientific instrumentation, working and living In Italy, The Netherlands, former West Germany, Ireland and the UK, my focus is now on Natural History and History

Speaking five languages was a driver to investigate the roots of the English language and the impact of invasions over the centuries, which is presented is an animated talk.

An interest in photography lead me to share many natural events happening throughout the year.  Should you be interested to follow current happenings you can see my blog at www.sussexrambler.blogspot.com

With a B.Sc. in Applied Biology, talks are highly pictorial and benefited by critique from a former college lecturer.  

Working with The Friends of Wolstonbury Hill (under the direction of the National Trust rangers) and with Surrey Wildlife Trust in nature conservation is both a pleasure, healthy exercise and educational.

Memberships of;

Bumblebee Conservation Trust,


Sussex Ornithological Society,

British Dragonfly Society,

Sussex Wildlife Trust,

Butterfly Conservation,

Bees, Wasps & Ants Recording Society,


Buglife  and Chailey Commons Society have also been invaluable, in the preparation of these talks.

My thanks to you all for your generous help.

Advice & support

Early bumblebee male

Bombus pratorum