Article in Cultures of Nature and Wellbeing

This is an article by Samantha Walton at Bath Spa University about my Camp Avalon weekend camps for young naturalists and BAME young people, Race Equality in Nature Conference in June 2016, Black2Nature and the Green and Black project in Bristol all working to getting more Minority Ethnic people out into nature and engaged with the environmental movement, http://bit.ly/2kCgL7E

I am going to be speaking at Bath Spa University about these projects on Monday 8 May 2017 at 4.30 pm if anyone would like to come.

Young birder Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig with Bill Oddie at Race Equality in Nature Conference
Stephen Moss at Race Equality in Nature Conference

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Hi, I’m Dr. Mya-Rose Craig. I am a 19-year-old prominent British-Bangladeshi ornithologist, environmentalist, diversity activist as well as an author, speaker and broadcaster. At age 11 I started the popular blog Birdgirl, and at age 17 I became the youngest person to see half of the birds in the world.

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This is my story; a journey defined by my love for these extraordinary creatures. Because large or small, brown, patterned or jewelled, there is something about birds that makes us, even for just moments at a time, lift our eyes away from our lives and up to the skies.

Lyrical, poignant and insightful.’ - Margaret Atwood

This is my story; a journey defined by my love for these extraordinary creatures. Because large or small, brown, patterned or jewelled, there is something about birds that makes us, even for just moments at a time, lift our eyes away from our lives and up to the skies.

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2 thoughts on “Article in Cultures of Nature and Wellbeing

  1. Hi Mya-Rose.
    Just saw a link on FB about the trolls who attack you and would just like to add my support for you and what you're doing.
    When I watched " Twitchers: A Very British Obsession", I was a little dubious that you'd still be spotting when you got a bit older but I'm delighted to see that birding and conservation are still your passions. Very well done and keep up the good work.
    The very best of luck to you and your family.

  2. I am so happy to see you standing up and being a wonderful spokesperson for birds and your way of being. I don't spend much time reading blogs But I have seen your work and girl–you are doing good things. I wish you well and if I can ever be any help you don't hesitate. I'll do my best! Take care and Viva Le Resistance!

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