Newbury, Berkshire RG14 6HL info@naturestimeline.com Always available, except when sleeping, or on a rare away day. I will attempt to respond to most emails within 24 hours.

Conservation “Young Guns” to look out for in 2016 – a cross-post from LinkedIn

As a fortysomething, I cannot claim to be a “Young Gun”, yet these guys and gals show maturity beyond their years. Find out more below.   Conservation “Young Guns” to look out for in 2016 by Tony Powell     I have replicated below as shown for those of you not on LinkedIn.   As … Continue reading Conservation “Young Guns” to look out for in 2016 – a cross-post from LinkedIn

Moving towards a better future for our wildlife

Occasionally there comes a time to reflect on past knowledge of a subject and then to test it further as new evidence comes to light, some months or years later. I'm not having a Google "Right to be forgotten" moment, but it could be suggested that most people will on occasion, make a judgement quite naturally or unnaturally with or … Continue reading Moving towards a better future for our wildlife

Observations about and from Nature

There are certain things which make me tick when it comes to following events from the Natural World. One is the enjoyment of being out in the wider countryside or even in the garden and observing nature in the raw. After all, I am a keen tracker of natural phenomena and how they interact under … Continue reading Observations about and from Nature

Wildlife Conservation – complex and controversial? Assessing the naturestimeline poll findings

I apologise for the inactivity surrounding this particular Blog and without further ado, I will attempt to address the poll's results. Firstly, as an aspiring conservation professional, I produced the poll, solely for the reason that I believed it would be a unique way to engage with my readership. Judging by the responses I received, it seems to have worked. Now, … Continue reading Wildlife Conservation – complex and controversial? Assessing the naturestimeline poll findings

Current conservation practice – not fit for purpose, why might that be?

It is an undeniable fact that as a nation, or even across the globe, we are largely failing to look after the Natural World. With this in mind, here is a chance to engage in conversation about conservation. What do you believe to be the biggest reasons for the demise of many wildlife species*. To … Continue reading Current conservation practice – not fit for purpose, why might that be?

%d bloggers like this: