Saturday, 31 October 2015

My Column in the Chew Valley Gazette - Birding Tales


I have been writing a column for my local newspaper, The Chew Valley Gazette.  My column is called Birding Tales and it is great to know that lots of people who work for the BBC Natural History Unit and in the natural history field live in the Chew Valley, just south of Bristol, and read my column.

These are a couple of my recent columns:

November 2015 

My Column was about birding in the UK and seeing my 450th species in the UK and is on Page 44 http://bit.ly/LboNOi


Black Stork, Sunken Island, East Yorkshire
Photograph taken by Young Birder Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig



September 2015 

My column was about birding in Uganda and is on Page 9 http://bit.ly/1NfCxVu




Shoebill, Mabamba Wetlands, Uganda
Photograph taken by and copyright Young Birder Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig


About the Writer



Young Birder Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig on Scilly
Photograph taken by and copyright Chris Craig



Mya-Rose Craig is a 13 year old young birder, naturalist, conservationist, environmentalist, writer and speaker. She is based near Bristol and writes the successful Birdgirl Blog, with posts about birding and conservation from around the world. She loved seeing Mountain Gorillas in East Africa and is looking forward to watching Penguins in Antarctica in December 2015, which will be her 7th continent. 



Mya-Rose is a Bristol European Green Capital 2015 Ambassador along with Kevin McCloud, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Tony Juniper, Simon King, Miranda Krestovnikoff and Shaun the Sheep! See the full list of Bristol 2015 Ambassadors. She has also been listed with the singer songwriter George Ezra and actress Maisie Williams from Game of Thrones as one of Bristol's most influential young people. Please like her Birdgirl Facebook Page and follow her on Birdgirl Twitter













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