Chosen as one of the world’s best birding blogs of 2017

I love writing my blog, that’s why I do it. I like writing about anything I want to. It is amazing that lots of people around the world like to read it and that my blog is coming up to 2 million views. That is just astonishing. Sometimes I try to work out how many different people that is, but I have no idea.

Young Birder Mya-Rose Birdgirl Craig on the front cover of Friends of the Earth Magazine Earthwise
Copyright Friends of the Earth UK

It was lovely to receive an e-mail from a USA birder and blogger who writes the Bird Watching HQ blog letting me know that he had included my blog in his list of Best Birding Blogs of 2017. He had only listed one other blog from the UK blog and the rest were from the USA. Thank you very much, that’s brilliant. This is the link to his blog post – http://birdwatchinghq.com/bestblogs/.

Young Birder Mya-Rose Birdgirl Craig at The Grand Canyon, Sierra Navana, USA August 2016Photograph taken by and copyright Chris Craig
Young Birder Mya-Rose Birdgirl Craig with Yve Morrell (left) ABA Big Year Contestant 2017 http://thedancingbirder.com
(Photo taken  in Arizona in August 2016 when Eve was in practice)
Photograph taken by and copyright Chris Craig

About The Author

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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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.

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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