This is where I share updates on my writing and conservation work, thoughts on topical conservation issues, and news about nature and the artists who are inspired by it. Sometimes I blog about other stuff, too.
Gilbert White was the first modern nature writer, and his studies of less well-known species like the field cricket leave a lasting legacy.Continue reading →
Gilbert White’s The Natural History of Selborne takes the form of 110 letters, 66 of which were addressed to Daines Barrington of London, and 44 to Thomas Pennant of Flintshire. The correspondence with his fellow naturalists was essentially genuine, but as White compiled them years later for publication as a book, he made numerous changes...Continue reading →
It is Gilbert White's tercentenary year in 2020.Continue reading →