Featured by the BBC, The Guardian, The Independant, The Times, National Geographic, ITV, Sky News and others, below are a few of the articles available online.
The birder and activist on increasing access to nature, why it’s important to be an optimist, and the joys of Cambridge University’s Taylor Swift society.
Thanks to a lifelong love of all things avian, British-Bangladeshi ornithologist and diversity activist Dr Mya-Rose Craig is forging new paths in the British countryside.
Mya-Rose Craig was nine days old when she was bundled into the car and taken on her first birdwatching trip to the Isles of Scilly.
Nineteen-year-old UK-based environmentalist and ornithologist Dr Mya-Rose Craig says her activism started before she really knew what activism was.
Young star of the environmental activism scene speaks to Emma Snaith about birding, Cop26 and her fight for more access to nature for all.
Teen birdwatcher and climate campaigner Mya-Rose Craig: ‘I wouldn’t want to be as famous as Greta Thunberg’
The teen birdwatcher from the Chew Valley near Bristol made her name after starting the blog ‘Birdgirl’ at the age of 11.