I am a Conservation Advisor for Woodland Trust and a keen photographer and naturalist, with a special interest in birds, lichens and moths. I live in Scotland and find inspiration in wildlife watching, especially soaring eagles on the West Coast.
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Rainforests in the UK and where to find them
Blog post By Doug Shapley, 12 December 2017, Things to see and do, Our woods, Wildlife & nature
The rainforest in the UK is part of a globally rare and threatened habitat where climatic conditions create the optimal habitat for a wealth of biodiversity. Find out where it occurs in Britain.
British Trust for Ornithology
Blog post By Doug Shapley, 29 August 2017, Wildlife & nature, Volunteering
The British Trust for Ornithology have reported significant declines in woodland bird species but citizen science is a great tool to help stop the decline.
What do buzzards eat? And more buzzard facts
Blog post By Doug Shapley, 13 March 2017, Wildlife & nature
Common buzzards, as their name suggests, are an easy to spot bird of prey. But what do they eat and where do they live?
Top 15 birds to look out for this winter
Blog post By Doug Shapley, 7 December 2016, Wildlife & nature
Winter can be a great time of year to spot a diverse array of bird species in your garden. Which of our top 15 have you seen?
What do owls eat? And more owl facts
Blog post By Doug Shapley, 14 November 2016, Wildlife & nature
Owls have long attracted our attention but what do these elusive animals eat?
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