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Seeing past the snowdrops – Guest blog for London Wildlife Trust

Writing this guest blog was a great opportunity to think about what spring means to me.

Chasing the Dream – article in December 2020 Bird Watching Magazine

Guest blog for the London Wildlife Trust…

Always happy to write for the Wild London blog, on this occasion about my trip to Chapel Bank reserve in Croydon and finding a Carline Thistle.

Guest article for South London Botanical Institute Gazette…

I was delighted to have the opportunity to write for the Gazette which is one of the many benefits of SLBI membership (more info here). It’s a great organisation and I’m sure the article will lead to helpful advice, support and botanical camaraderie. Here’s the article.

Guest blog for Devon Wildlife Trust – Finding time to bird watch on a family holiday can be a challenge

I was delighted to have this guest blog accepted by Devon Wildlife Trust about a visit to a new nature reserve that I was lucky to visit in July, https://www.devonwildlifetrust.org/blog/dr-amanda-tuke/finding-time-bird-watch-family-holiday-can-be-challenge

Guest blog for Mark Avery – Why councils should think about weeds in a different way…

Honoured to have this guest blog accepted by Mark Avery. Guest blog – Why councils should think about weeds in a different way by Amanda Tuke

Guest blog for London Wildlife Trust – 30 days wild part 2

And an account of another wonderful visit here

Guest blog for London Wildlife Trust – 30 days wild part 1

Delighted that LWT have accepted my guest blog and, even better, have turned me into an Ox-eye daisy. https://www.wildlondon.org.uk/blog/amanda-tuke/30-green-places-30-days-wild

London Wildlife Trust guest blog – a mistrust of moths

My article on moths can be read here

Urban Tree Festival 2020 podcast

After a packed exciting week of online events, the Urban Tree Festival finally came to an end last Sunday and the after show party for contributors is on tonight. It was great to have the opportunity to share readings from my blog posts on each of the Sundays of the festival.